This was like having tapas.......We ordered 4 items and a cerviche of scallops, prawns, mussels and clams. The Chicken roulade was good, the Hoisin glazed beef brisket was good. Interesting blend of items and sauces. Well presented but overall portions not very big and not all temps were hot enough. It is an expensive neighborhood restaurant. It might appeal for those seeking unique eating experience. Two of us (older) do not need to revisit. This is an avant garde dining experience
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