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An inspired blend of European and Pacific Rim flavors served in a serene setting..
Erling Jensen and Jimmy Ishii, two of the city's best-known chef/proprietors, combined their talents to create this upscale, East-meets-West restaurant. Fixed-price menus may cost $50 per person, but for adventurous diner with impeccable taste there's nothing else quite like it in Memphis.
Soba noodles with mushrooms, poppy-seed seared tuna, and filet of beef in shiitake-bourbon butter are among the tempting creations one might find. Escargot in sake cream sauce, seafood, wild game, and lamb also show up regularly on the menu. The chocolate-green tea creme brulee is one of the most unusual desserts around. Fine wines are paired with each course.
Ecclectic Asian Influenced Restaurant.
Elegant and Ecclectic
Great asian influenced dishes. Dishes had a wonderful presentation. The restaurant is quaint in size, so large groups may be an issue. This is a positive for dates. A must visit in the midtown area. The halibut dish was wonderful!
It is easy to miss this restaurant as it has a small front entrance on Copper. I passed it several times before I found it.
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