Decor: clean, elegant, relaxed, and bright, white and warm. Elegant. Peaceful even.
It used to be Joy Cherry's retail store. It was slated to become UP then something happened and the UP was removed from the windows and we were tickled pink to hear it was going to be Asian.
Yesterday at lunch I saw the paper come off the windows and a women was polishing the windows said that they should be open for dinner. We had other plans but promised to return for lunch.
Today we were there for an early lunch.Hooray! It was music to my ears to hear Cantonese being spoken at RIZ North today at our lunch there.
We decided to try "All You Can Taste" menu $16 adults, $12 for children.
My spouse had to be dragged in, he could not fathome Japanese, Vietnamese, Korean, Chinese, and Thai dishes all under the same roof. True, the menu is daunting.
We tried as may dishes as we could stuff into our tummies. I am truly surpirsed that they can managed so many different sauces. They must have a huge kitchen behind there.
I would stick to the Cantonese style dishes and some spicy ones as well for my palate. My spouse loved the sushi and my two girls had two servings maki. I was surpise because my 4 year old do not like sushi but she at 3 cumumber maki and love it.
Ingredients were fresh, presentation neat and pretty. Service attentive and warm.
Definately we will return.
If we didn't have my two noisy girls with us, it would have made a perfect lunch.
Oh by the way, if you are having the "All You Can Taste" don't be in a rush, it took us a while to get our dishes but that worked well because the dishes were big enough that we needed the time to digest to try many different dishes.
I would recomend going with 5 adults so you can try many dishes at a time! I wish so many other restos did this so you can try different dishes so you can find which ones you love the best.
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