by Valentine Goshi on
So, I haven't been out in forever. Get a table. That's the best way to get it. And get there when it opens. Otherwise you won't have enough time to drink. Park in the lots across the street to save money.
by Huntting B. on
So the first thing I thought when I went here was...wait a minute, I saw this place in the movie Hitch. We arrived around 5:30, they had barely opened for dinner, we were asked if we had a reservation, we obviously did not. They looked a bit flustered and agreed to seat us anyway. When we got in the restaurant was completely empty. It didn't make sense to us until we left around 645 when we had to push people out of the way to get out of the restaurant. Mind you this was soon after the restaurant had opened. The first time I went here one dish really caught my eye and my palate, the duck fried rice. As I said, the first time I went there it caught my palate, it was juicy tasty and fully of life. The next time I had it, two years later, it had lost all its tastiness. It was dry and thrown together. The restaurant had also gone from being packed out the door to half full. The restaurant is beautiful though and would make for a wonderful date place, it is relatively quite, has a grand feel to it and pays attention to the details, like with the beautiful wooden chopsticks they provide for your meal.
by Eugenio Billick on
This place was not bad. I definitely agree that it has a more laid-back vibe than some other clubs in the area, but this is definitely still a Hollywood Club. And by that I mean it was full to the brim of eager young women, speckled with wannabes, and bordered by tables with bottle service. But the three stars have been rewarded for an awesome DJ and interesting layout. A word to the wise - don't order a glass of house wine thinking that you'll save any money, because it's gonna run you $12 - same as a more intricate mixed drink. EDIT: Can't believe I forgot to mention this - I saw Lance Bass AND Jesse McCartney while I was here! Now I can die happily?