We had not been to Asia in a couple of years. It is unchanged: generally good food with a lot of variety and friendly service. What is unusual is the fusion of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and a bit of Thai cusines. Sushi is very good, fresh, attractive, and tasty. I had spider maki with tempura soft shell crab, which was very nice. We shared some standard Chinese dishes-all fine, a very good shrimp tempura, and tried a pork dumpling soup which was just OK. Overall, a decent meal for the price of $30each with drinks. There is a nice bar and quiet tables. Go for the interesting menu.
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