1) Price: Maybe $2-4 more per dish than I would have liked to pay.
2) Ambiance: Contemporary, moderately elevated dining, pretty
3) Service: Lacked heart. Yes they checked all the boxes for service but I just don't like the Asian style of service where you don't approach them, they approach you, so they avoid eye contact/your table until THEY are ready to come to you. I felt a bit of judgment/snobbyness based off our clothes & appearance also.
4) What we ate:
Complimentary miso soup. Server was nice-enough to give baby egg-drop soup instead & we got a side of rice for him.
I got the only roll that had lobster tempura in it & added spicy ahi on the outside (the good spicy ahi with the mayo/shiracha/tobikko mix). Pretty lobster tail presentation. Then alby got like a Cali roll that had cream cheese & was fried & has a spicy sauce. & we shared a Thai noodle dish pad sew ew with broccoli & shrimp. All 3 were yum.
I do like the variety of Asian fusion choices.
There was a fried cheesecake I believe.
I wasn't a fan, but alby really loved it.
$81 incl a $10 tip.
Might eat here again if I'm feeling spendy.
(For about $30 less I'd go over to Tempura Express. Yeah you might get a Grouchy Korean lady cashier/server/possible owner, but at least the food is the bomb & moderate pricing.
Fresh homemade kimchee, teriyaki sauce nicely balanced, & tempura bento's have good variety, sushi good too.)