This is a great place for someone who loves Asian food. The menu has a good mix of Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese and Japanese flavors and influences. We dined on the patio which is nice especially if you are looking for a bit quieter setting away from the music pumping inside. I was pretty impressed with the wine list which is pretty extensive for what I would consider a fairly casual spot given the menu prices which settle mostly in the $8-13 range. I am particularly interested in the wine flights offered and would go back just to enjoy this. We had the Tropical roll (salmon, mango, and more) to start and it was really delicious. My husband who loves won-ton soup and tries it everywhere he can thought the dumplings were tasty (with chicken and shrimp inside) while the broth was so-so. We both ordered specials which we enjoyed, but don't expect special prices to be as "casual" as the regular menu. My husband's short ribs which were well-sized and very flavorful were $23 while my Kobe beef and shrimp skewer accompanied by grilled veggies and a sweet potato puree ran $40. The beef was well marbled and had nice texture, overall really good, but I felt the shrimp, which were huge, were not as flavorful. For dessert we tried their caramelized bananas with cinnamon-sugared won-tons and pineapple ice cream. This was okay, but I am sure delicious for the banana-lover. I think I was more intrigued by the pineapple ice cream of which there was just a modest scoop. We definitely enjoyed the dining experience and our waitress was very attentive. We will be back and sure to recommend to friends and family.
Pros: Nice Patio/Good Variety/Great Wine Options
Cons: Double Check Specials Prices