My family and I ate at Teak the weekend after Thanksgiving and overall the experience was great. We got a table quickly, but as we were led upstairs the dining rooms seemed to get a little less well maintained and a little more odoriferous. The sushi bar/street level tables were in a nicer looking room than we had. Regardless, our service was quick, attentive and friendly. We ordered a few sushi rolls which were all fantastic, and our entrees were quite good. One thing to be wary of, though, is that they take the spiciness level seriously. If you order an 8, it's really gonna be an 8! Reasonable prices to boot. If you're in the mood for some Thai (or maki for that matter) you won't go wrong.
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