We stopped in this newly-opened restaurant on Broughton Street in Savannah with friends. The eclectic menu tempted us to try a little bit of everything, so we ordered the mushroom soup, calamari, and mussels from the appetizer side of the menu. The mushroom soup was a unanimous hit with all of us, as it was so flavorful and unusual. The calamari were properly cooked and paired well with the dipping sauce. The generous serving of mussels were bathed in a well-seasoned broth.
Our entrees included a beautifully prepared and presented sea bass and sauteed vegetables. In addition, we tried the duck in Chambord rasberry sauce, which was less crispy than we would have liked, and the sauce seemed to somewhat overpower the duck itself.
The courses were presented in a timely fashion, and the level of service was above-average. The restaurant did not have its liquor license when we dined their first week after opening, but I suspect they have acquired it since our visit. We were told we could have done BYOB.
The atmosphere, menu with a decided Asian influence offering wonderful sauces and seasonsings, and fresh ingredients should make this dining spot a real hit for those who drop in to sample the cuisine. We are already planning a return visit to work our way through the many offerings that we have yet to try.
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