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Posted by Jean on 09/12/2013
This restaurant just opened and we have been three times. The food is fusion -- Chinese - Thai - Japanese- Vegetarian - choices for every palate. The portions are huge by New York standards. A couple can share and appetizer and entree and be perfectly satisfied. Also, during Happy hour from 4:00pm to 9:00 pm, the a large glass of wine is only $3.
Posted by Jamjam on 09/11/2013
Have been the the previous 2 Japaneese restaurants at that location, and they were delicious, so was hoping for something close in food when we went there for dinner. 3 of us ordered the chilean sea bass (one with miso sauce, one with black bean and one plain) and our 4th friend ordered steamed chicken with brocolli - all with brown rice. The steamed chicken came with white rice and it had to be exchanged - no biggie, but we sat waiting on the 3 sea bass for over 10 minutes while our friend's food got cold. They brought mine and it sat for a couple of minutes before the other 2 arrived. On mine, there was a very small piece of sea bass with some wierd flat, dry, piece of "fish" underneath. The "miso" sauce tasted just like a squirt of orange juice and nothing else. I am not Japaneese, but I make a much better miso sauce! I was told the black bean sauce tasted like licorice and was not good either. All three of the bass plates had that flat fish underneath. The only thing I liked was the brown rice.