On any given evening, the capacious room is packed with suburban families celebrating birthdays, wheel-greasers massaging their clients’ egos and serious foodies enjoying chef David Lee’s Asian- and Italian-inspired food. The menu offers something for everyone: meat and potatoes (steak frites, a beef brisket burger) for conservative eaters, and more unusual Asian fusions (an appetizer of Tunisian octopus and kimchee) for the adventurous. In an order of butter-poached white asparagus-topped duck prosciutto, each mouth-melting bite bursts with flavour.
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