As usual, the food and service here were outstanding. I had my usual scrumptious Tea Leaf Salad and then a light and delicious Vegetable Tempura (one of several tempuras available.) Then, I tried to fit in a lovely Burmese Chicken Curry (made “mild,” as requested.) Alas! No room! I was full. The atmosphere here is delightful and the space is big enough that I have never waited for a seat. They serve beer, wine and Saki... just the right accompaniments for this light, bright Asian food. The sushi is inestimable, too. It is made by a Master, whose wife is the culinary genius in the kitchen. You can’t go wrong here!
Wife and i both ordered dishes with poached eggs.After a long wait arrived RAW,uneatable.And add to that bothered by a unbathed dancing psycho they let dance thru the restaurant.This was saturday june 23 at noon.Overpriced terrible experince. Will leave this place to the local millenials
A friend and I have been wanting to try this new Elmwood Village restaurant. Foodies at heart, we made reservations a week in advance for a Friday at 8pm.Upon our arrival the hostess indicated it would be 'just a moment as they were setting the table'. Three other guests arrived and people left and we were still waiting to be seated. There was no room at the bar.In frustration, I approached the hostess again asking what the point of making a reservation if we had to wait to be seated? She smiled, excused herself to see what the hold up was and came back indicating that someone would be right with us. Within seconds, they escorted us to a two-chair table next to the plastic and rail that would be open to the street if it were warmer.This place isn't shy with pricing. We ordered wine and a cheese and charcuterie board. For the price, it was a bit underwhelming, very little cheese, three types of meat, a small bowl of olives, lots of greens and some chutney. We each ordered entrees, veal medallions and the seafood risotto with plans to share. The veal was tough. My friends seafood (lobster) was bad with a heavy ammonia scent. How could the chef not know the seafood had gone bad? We flagged our server and indicated the issue, she removed the entree and asked if we wanted anything else and indicated she would remove the entree from the bill. We were over this place at this point. We requested our bill, nothing else was comped and we left.There are many wonderful restaurants in Western New York, with poor service and lack-luster food quality, I don't see them surviving. I can assure you, we won't be back.
great breakfast, great price great place, breakfast anytime