This was my first visit and I'm sure it won't be my last. Calls itself Asian cuisine instead of Chinese or some other ethnic because there's a sampling of Chinese, Thai, Korean, Japanese, and a wide selection of sushi and sashimi. It was perfect for what I hoped to have for dinner tonight. I started with Hot and sour soup which was actually made with a very well-done broth A great balance of vegetables, could have used a little more tofu and chicken or beef. Would have looked perfect if they had garnished it with some sprigs of chives. I've had a lot of Hot and sour soup from a number of restaurants and this was one of the best, if not the best.
My entrée was Japanese eggplant sautéed in black bean sauce with beef. I asked them to make it spicy and to serve me some chili oil on the side. It was excellent. It's such a simple dish and can have a tendency to be too oily. This one was clearly stirfried in a while but there was no oily flavor to it. It was served piping hot with loads of sliced green onions and a very reasonable serving of thinly sliced beef stir fried in.
Even the tabletop was exemplary. There were no disposable chopsticks wrapped in paper that I had to peel apart. Instead I enjoyed press linens with quality chopsticks and servingware that was comparable to a fine dining experience.
My hotel specializes in high end French cuisine so this was a much welcomed and very successful break from that.
I came at the end of their day and they were not busy so service was great. Even though I'm sure they wanted to go home, nothing about their demeanor made me feel less than welcome.
I will be back. I hope they have a bar because I would've loved a drink tonight
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