This restaurant is trying to be all things to all people with their Thai and Japanese menu. I always felt is was better to do one thing well, then many things mediocre. The décor in this restaurant is getting a little worn and out of date. The service was good, but the prices were high for this type of food. I ordered a scallop and grouper combo and did not realize they were going to be fried. Also, the grouper had a fishy taste, which usually means the fish was in the refrigerator too long or they did not trim it very well. I for one am not going back.
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