Have eaten dinner here three times, and it was consistently very good food. The menu is sort of Pan-Asian-- a blend of Thai and more commonly known Chinese selections as well as Japanese terriyaki. Everything was always fresh, well-prepared, and the portions were generous. We tried Thai beer for the first time and really enjoyed it--if you like Japanese beers, give it a whirl.
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