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Came back after a month with some friends, the food is even better and I've fallen in love with even more cocktails! Try the Kamehameha :)
Suckling pig bao. Yes.
Despite the confusing signage the restaurant is actually on the first floor. If you go to the top floor they will act like they've never heard of the lower part and tell you to leave.
Delicious drinks and food, cool atmosphere, with fun 90s and early 2000's music. Win.
Calamari and taro tots are winners.
Small portions of appetizers and entrees! Don't go thinking it's anything like Chinatown! However, good buzz, nice cocktails and good presentation of food! They've attempted to make it an upscale bar!
Hangar steak = 8>
The reviews are true! Pork bao is not to be missed and the oolong tea for two is heavenly.
Get the suckling pig bao
A fantastic addition to the Chinatown bar/restaurant scene! The duck fat fries are to DIE for, and their cocktails are fantastic!
Where the ambiance is lacking, the food makes up for in spades. Really good Asian fusion. Just know by "ramen", they mean saucy noodles.
Get their version of Boston cream pie with jujube berry and ginger. Absolutely delicious!
Cocktails are wonderful. If the Fried Chicken bao sandwich is on the menu it is a great late night bite
Food is A+, rap music, Chinatown = Win. Try anything and everything. CREAM.
Get their popular kimchi fried rice ($12) - it's the bomb!
Bao, sashimi special with watercress
Small portions for what you're paying, but the food is AWESOME. Highly recommend the pork bao and the duck fat fries - SO GOOD.
My favorite beer, hitochino white ale is here!
Skip their Mai Tais, they're not very good there