We were really looking forward to this meal for its unusual pairing of tea and food. The food was good, and every dish had an Asian influence. This worked well with most dishes, though there were a couple of missteps (too much vinegar in one dish, for example). The tea was definitely a unique experience, and the tea master took time to explain the region and flavor profile of each. Unfortunately, it was a hot day in July, there was no air conditioning, and one sad ceiling fan could do nothing with the humid air. We literally sweat through the entire meal and could not linger.
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