Of the three people who took care of us variously over the course of the evening. one was mainland Chinese, one was Taiwanese and one Korean. When the menu refers to the fare as "Pan-Asian," they're serious about it. We started with Crispy Rolls" filled with fresh ingredients well prepared—and actually crispy—while we enjoyed the evening's delightful Argentine Malbec and the casual atmosphere and sort of hipster diners seated around in 2s and 4s.
We ordered the Lemongrass Pepper Shrimp and both enjoyed its unique blend of Asian flavors that reminded us a bit of south Asian dishes but had a tangy, rich flavor all its own. With that we enjoyed even more Taipei Pepper Beef, the oyster sauce winning our greatest admiration for the evening. Someone in that kitchen is very skilled and really creative. We'll be going back.
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