Our wait for dinner was about an hour, but we shared some delightful cocktails in the bar/reception area so the time went by quickly. the dining area is large, and reminiscent of a dimsum hall---not terribly crowded but a large space without much décor or style. As for the food, we began with a few appetizers to share. We began with the "monarch Butterfly;" Unfortunately, the squash was a tad crunchy and undercooked; the sauce was delicious. The eggplant was unusual, and not altogether a hit. It was primarily a plate of onion rings with a tad of eggplant. For dinner, we couldn't resist the shortribs with jelly beans, but it fell flat--spicing wasn't anything special, nor was the meat. The chicken in heavy yogurt was good, but not over the top.
I really wanted to like this restaurant; I liked the concept of the twists on traditional, but overall, I couldn't give it more than 3 1/2 stars.
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