I think this is what happens when Asian food is culturally appropriated. I totally get the respect and the love of the Asian noodle and rice bowls, and the decor is eclectic and fun. However, in executing this love for Asian food, the concept becomes a fuzzy stereotyped bland version of nothing specific. For example, steam buns, those lovely dim sum morsels make you think, ok, Chinese food. But then the rice bowls are those ubiquitous poke concoctions which frankly are Hawaiian not Japanese, right? Sczchewan Dan Dan noodles and Thai yellow curry soup. It’s all so confusing. In all honesty, I was a bit excited to try the best of all this, but unfortunately, everything was just bland. The yellow curry needed way more Unami (fish sauce?). My kids had plain noodles, rice, chicken and raw salmon with a side of the salted sweet cucumbers which were neither salty or sweet.
The best part of the meal with the refreshing cucumber mint water.
All in all, disappointing.
$75 for 3 adults and 2 kids.
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