We stumbled on this while wandering around barrio chino looking for something different and we will definitely be back. They started us off with a salty little appetizer of fried noodles, salmon, and chicken(!): much better than it sounds. It was two-for-one on the 500ml Osahi beer so we went with that, as well as the three-pack sampler of sake, two Californian and one Japanese. We had the pork and vegetable dim sum, which was the best thing all night, followed by an order of New York maki rolls, which are the best I have had of three restos so far in BsAs. To finish it off my wife had a spicy chicken and fried rice dish and I had beef yakisoba (noodles). Of course, despite the triple warning from the waiter, nothing was actually spicy. Welcome to BsAs! With USD, tip included, all that set us back only about $60. In pesos, it is on the more expensive end, which is why I knocked a star off.
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