will definitely keep coming back.
On our first visit we had the duck, the tuna tar tar, rock shrimp tempura, the shrimp shumai, and the mixed Chinese vegetables in garlic sauce. I was very surprised when I liked all of these dishes. My father was a chef of Singapore cuisine, so normally I find something wrong with the Asian restaurants in Charleston. This is honestly the first Asian duck dish that I have liked among all the Asian restaurants in Charleston, and I have looked for a long time for good duck.
We came back a second time to try the sushi. We had the Black Angel Roll and the Sweetie roll. Both were beautifully presented, especially the sweetie roll. The 8 pieces were shaped into hearts 4 hearts (two pieces per heart), and these hearts were flanked by a small bridge fashioned out of twigs and adorned with a small flower and leafy greens. We took a picture of it, because it was really pretty.
One warning to all of you authentic Chinese food fans. This is more of a bistro than an authentic Chinese food restaurant that you'd find in a Chinatown. So, yes, it will cost more.
We will definitely keep coming back.
Stunning!. I know that the restaurant has not opened yet, but i was lucky enough to be invited to a pre-opening. First off, i would like to say that the architecture inside is simply beautiful. The atmosphere is peaceful and the food is fairly priced. I can't wait for them to open so i can try all their dishes.
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