This restaurant offers a wide variety of old authentic Chinese dishes and familiar tastes you've grown accustomed to along with a superior sushi bar. The sweet walnut shrimp or salt and pepper squid are fabulous. The refined dining space features several private dining booths with elegant Asian art and sculptures throughout. Service is knowledgeable and friendly, at times a bit slow to check back. Top off your meal with a wide selection of premium beer, wine or their popular Mai Tai. Also, located within the restaurant are two other dining venues. Akamon, which features a Kushiyaki grill, sushi and sake bar along with 157 Bin, which is their wine bar and lounge that offers numerous wines by the glass.
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