This casually elegant steakhouse is known for its Prime cuts of Certified Angus Beef that is dry aged at the restaurant. A Japanese flair is influenced into the menu items. The open grill kitchen allows guests to watch the chefs prepare their unique creations. Their specialty is Wagyu (Japanese beef) from various prefectures such as Miyazaki, Gunma, Kagoshima. The texture and richness is nothing like western beef. If you are a carnivore who loves fatty food like toro (tuna belly) and the richness of classic French cooking, then try the Wagyu or get it to share as appetizer. Start with popcorn crab or if you want to indulge — go for the caviar or Jamón Ibérico de Bellota. Finish with a scrumptious seasonal desert, like rosemary crème brûlée (a winter desert). Finish with specialty coffees from Vietnam - the Kopi Luwak or the legendary Jamaican Blue Mountain. This is the restaurant to experience what you see on Iron Chef or the Travel Channel. The lunch menu is very casual and is served in the lounge next door.