This diminutive restaurant wraps diners in a natural ambience of waterfalls, willows and swimming koi, a tranquil and homey setting for chef Daniel Hover's highly creative pan-Asian seafood menu. The food has several high points, but the kitchen tends to oversweeten and overcomplicate dishes.
Ahi tuna with caviar appetizer; Korean calamari with scallion pancake; smoked chicken and andouille spring roll; crispy butterfish appetizer; bi bim bap; devil fish; everything-crusted tilapia; rock-grilled kobe beef; Fuji apple bread pudding.
BYOB. One of the region's largest selections of loose teas, served in exquisite iron pots, is worth trying.
Lunch is served Tuesday through Saturday, 11:-30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; dinner: Tuesday through Sunday, 4:30-10 p.m.