If you're craving the spices and sweet-sour combinations that only come with authentic, quality Asian cuisine, you'll want to reserve your spot at the coolest new puerta cerrada in town. Thai, Korean, Vietnamese and Phillipine dishes share the table with Argentine wines and the finest mixology, honed from a decade of New York City bar experience. Start off with a ginger kamikaze or a cucumber cooler to accompany crispy calamari and sweet-chilli dipping sauce, then advance to chicken satay with home-made peanut sauce.
A choice of main dishes like Massamam beef or vegetable curry, slow-stewed Phillipine chicken adobo with soy and black peppercorn sauce, or a whole seabass with sweet-sour chilli tapenade, lets one either ease back a nod to more delicate (local) palates - or opt to bring on the fire you so miss. Home-made dessert like green tea ice-cream is included for a smooth finish to the reasonable, prix-fixe Friday night.