This very pleasant restaurant is in a commercial sort of open mall area. We were there for dinner. The decor is open, modern and inviting. The menu is asian bistro, not any one cuisine. There is a sushi chef making fresh sushi, which we will come back to try, but we stuck with the menu. I had Tom Yum with shrimp soup, which is Thai. It was flavorful, rich broth with lemongrass and other fragrant herbs. For the entree I selected the Cha Ya appetizer platter which had 2 satay chicken skewers, 2 spring rolls, 2 shumai and 2 large coconut shrimp. For me the highlight were the 2 small Shumai with intense flavor and the very crispy spring rolls. The satay was served with a very good peanut sauce and mango chutney. The shrimp were crispy and very tasty served with a sort of sweet sauce on the side. While an appetizer, with the soup it provided a satisfying meal. Looking at the other tables and my wife's Cha Ya fried rice, also very good with a lot of subtle flavors, not the usual flat rice taste, the portions were very generous. All in all, it was a meal that made us want to come back and try some more. There is a full bar with Japanese beer on tap. Importantly, our server always had a ready smile and, unobtrusively, kept my water glass full, important since I usually go through 4-5 glasses during the meal.
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