We had a mix of tasting menu and a la Carte at our table. At $95, The tasting menu is not cheap, but for the quality provided we did not think it was overpriced. The 12 plates were small with mostly Asian flavors and some local ingredients. The mix of vegetables, meat and fish was just about right with weight given to the veggies. The kitchen technique was impressive- crisps and nests of things not normally found in those forms. Not everyone will be happy here however. While full of bright flavors , nothing was super rich. I consider this a good thing when faced with 12 courses but those looking to indulge and ignore healthy eating for an evening should go to Fish and Game at the other end of town.
The a la carte menu was also mostly Asian. Mushrooms with a fiery mustard sauce was a bold choice that really worked and tuna poke was excellent.
The wine list is interesting and reasonable. Service was personable and outstanding with the chef coming out himself
Eat in the charming garden if it is warm.
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