I know this fusion concept sounds odd, it did to me and my wife but we were staying nearby and intriqued enough to check it out. Great move. Started with a salmon/avocado sushi roll that was good but nothing out of the ordinary. Followed with an asian ceasar salad and a popeye salad. The ceasar featured lightly charred romaine that imparted a great flavor while leaving the lettuce crisp. The popeye was a spinach based salad featuring a poached egg on top. Odd but excellent.
We shared a risoto that was finished table side in a bowl made from a parm wheel. Very good.
Finished off with a sweet potato creme brulee that was great.
Cocktails were excellent. They bring over an ipad with pictures and descriptions of the drinks. My wife had a taquila based drink with basil and lemon juice. I opted for an bourbon old fashion.
Service was attentive,friendly. The restaurant had an interesting decor and was not noisy a big pluse for me. There were also pizzas on the menu as well as full sushi. A great find.