Always a pleasure to have a meal here in this modern hip Asian fusion restaurant. Food is delicious and best enjoyed as tapas and sharing with friends. Very classy with an open kitchen. Highly recommended.
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I don't get the hype. The Hawaiian Butterfish was fantastic, but the rest of the meal was average. Cold sesame noodles felt odd served by itself, and I've had better soft shell crab at almost any Vietnamese restaurant. The food was good but overpriced for...More
This is one of the few restaurants that I became very disappointed after high ratings from the restaurant critics. The decor is nice and parking is fairly simple. The waitstaff was friendly and hardworking. Besides those, there is almost nothing to recommend about this place....More
Food: I can't say enough positive things about the food. We came in expecting good things by reputation and we were blown away. We ordered 10 dishes split between 4 people and there were no weak spots. Particluar highlights were the Tea Leaf salad, which...More
My wife and I go to Lukshon for any special events: birthdays and our wedding anniversary. The food, wine list and service is exceptional. The décor is modern and clean as is the food. You will not be sorry if you go.
The ambience is chic yet intimate/cozy.Whether you are indoors or outdoors you will have a wonderful experience. The food is simply the best I've tasted. I'm not a foodie but my sister is and she brought me here for a quick casual dinner. The menu...More
Came here for dinner based on Jonathan Gold's list. I love its location in the Helms Bakery Building. The outside patio is very inviting with the beautiful fire pit. The indoor seating is also very nice, neat with clean lines. The wood wall with flower...More
I dined here with another couple on a very cold windy night. We started at the bar. There is a limited list of cocktails you can order. You can order off the menu, however the bartender allowed my friend to have a vodka on the...More
We rolled in for lunch one day while shopping at the Helms Bakery Building--we were famished, and it was 2:40, so they were just about to close for lunch. How fortuitous that we got in under the wire because it was a 5-star lunch! The...More