Alesia is an odd duck. It is heavily influence by Vietnamese cuisine; but, the dishes are not traditional at all. And, although it says its cuisine is Vietnamese/French fusion, it doesn't seem to be particularly French. But, whatever it is, it's a delight. As a recent dinner with family, we ordered two types of ribs ("sirloin" pork) and short ribs (beef). Both were delicious. As an appetizer we ordered fresh spring rolls (not fried), which were actually impeccably fresh and served with the best peanut sauce I've ever had. Alesia has a very eclectic beverage menu. We selected from the beer offerings, which included a number of Belgium style brews (which seemed like an odd choice for the style of food)and two Japanese beers I'd never seen before in the US. We ordered the Japanese wheat beer; it went quite well with the food. Service was good by young waiters. Highly recommended.
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