Maybe I'm biased because there's been a dearth of good Asian restaurants in the last two places I've lived, despite what the locals say. We visited Honga's on vacation, so we only have one experience with it, but it was excellent. The atmosphere was upscale, but comfortable, the service excellent, and the food, much of it "handmade" at the restaurant, delicious. The miso soup came with a choice of seasonings; the chili garlic was just perfect. Just the right blend of earthy garlic and spicy chili. The flavor lingered on the tongue after each swallow. The potstickers were to die for. The dough was thick in a homemade pasta kind of way, but not gluteny. The insides were like icing on the cake, tasty and plentiful. I sampled some of the other entrees at the table too. The chicken fried rice light and savory with big chunks of chicken. And a special fish dish cooked perfectly. Everyone was happy. This place is popular. Make a reservation. You might want to get there early to enjoy a cocktail in their very cool, historic bar downstairs. Enjoy!
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