We had heard this restaurant was good but we weren't prepared for the experience. It was a Thursday night at 7:30 and we waited about thirty minutes to be seated. The place was alive with a well dressed crowd from late 20's through old age like me. As you enter there is a long bar on your left and a long seating area to the right. The decor in comfortable and very NY, LA, Miami. Its a bit loud due to the hard surfaces but that adds to the bustle.
Our waiter, I believe his name is Brent, was very attentive without being intrusive and he was very knowledgeable about the menu and the extensive Sake list.
We wanted to try the Momos but it was not available that night because a necessary ingredient had not arrived from Tibet, a testimony to the Chef's commitment to twisting traditional Tibetan recipes. We were, however very impressed with the Spicy Tuna, Avacado, Cucumber with Aioli for a mere $8.00, the Tako octopus salad was stellar and the Seared Tuna with Ponzu and Jalapenos $13.00 was to die for. The presentation was beautiful.
Those of you who had read my other reviews will find me picky. This was a perfect experience and I look forward to returning soon.
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