We were a party of 6. We sat at a round table with a lazy susan in the middle to pass around the portions of food. On the recommendation of the owner we ordered the meal for 4 and added a plate of seshwan beef. The service was very good and the various courses were extremely tasty. The sweet and sour pork a little doughy for some. We had more than enough food and the evening was extremely festive. We took our own wine and paid corkage. They do have a nice collection of Spier wines available at a reasonable price.
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