had a good lunch before seeing the Calligraphy Exhibit at the Asian Art Museum today ....... the space used to be a California Pizza Kitchen I think. The menu has an Asian fusion flavor ...... the chef used to be at Le Colonial. Interior has a lot of greys, wood and glass with some Asian accents. For lunch the 3 of us ordered the seared tuna salad, the grilled salmon and the oxtail hash. The oxtail hash was very well seasoned and had a crispy exterior. The kimchi rice was tasty and the fried egg was perfectly cooked ( runny yolk ) - and a salad cut through the richness. I tasted the salmon - also well seasoned and very moist. portions were decent sized - the oxtail was quite satisfying. priced at $13 . I'd go back. service was good and it was a pleasant space - felt like you could linger. they did bring bread and butter as we sat down ..... but the bread was not very fresh: we didn't ask for fresher because the plates were ample without. tea was served in a nice iron pot - think it was Numi tea bag.