We dined there as a party of 4 recently and were fortunate enough to be seated at the Chef's table - a beautiful wooden extension on the bar with a view of the kitchen. The bartender doubled as our server and she was wonderfully helpful walking us through our drink and food selections. We sampled a lot of the menu. We highly recommend the Queen's Ransom - a well balanced tequila-based cocktail with elements of heat from chilies as well as sweet and sour from a rhubarb shrub. It was so refreshing! We loved the papaya salad, the mussels with sticky rice (our bartender told us to pour the mussel broth over the sticky rice once we ate the mussels ... that was heavenly!). The lobster and dry aged rib eye were perfectly cooked, truth be told, both the Peking duck-style garlic chicken and the whole fish while still incredibly tasty were a tad over-cooked and dry....just a bit. Save room for the green matcha cream puff - our universal favorite of the 3 desserts we tried (though we managed to make all 3 disappear!). What a visually beautiful space as well - gorgeous wooden tables, comfortable seating, well placed and visually elegant lighting. We were treated wonderfully - not rushed and by no means left unattended. Great night and we all agreed it was worth a return visit and recommendation. The only thing keeping me from an excellent rating were the 2 dry entrees - which, again, were still delicious.
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