The location is sort of weird but go anyway. The food was pretty good. I got the mahi mahi and my husband got the Korean chicken. The fish was a little bland but I liked the simplicity of it and it paired well with the green salad. My husband was quite fond of his Korean chicken. It was enough for two servings for him. In a place where it is easy for a party of two to spend over $100 for food it's definitely worth a try.
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