This popular eatery features a menu for those who can appreciate Asian cuisine. The menu leans more toward Japanese with a taste of Thai and a hint of Chinese thrown in for good measure. Thai treats include curry dishes, basil duck and pad thai. Chinese delicacies include fried rice and wok-tossed noodles. The sushi, however, is quite possibly the reason this eatery is so popular. A bevy of signature rolls are featured, making it very hard to choose. The ultimate sea bass roll is a must try. It's a can't-miss, which will be evident as soon as it hits your taste buds! Only fresh ingredients and high-grade sushi is served here. The chef has mastered some creative rolls with items centering around foie gras, duck, bluefin tuna, caviar, eel, flying fish eggs, Chilean sea bass and soft-shell crab. There are plenty of traditional rolls of note if you're not one to stray from the usual, though. There is a hint of South Beach here, but without the party crowd. The decor is dark but well accented by unique light displays and eye-popping aesthetics.