Not sure why American's are into this whole Asian Fusion cuisine, but when it's done right, it's delicious.
For a chain, this restaurant is really fantastic. Especially for seafood lovers comme-moi. I think if I took more time looking at the menu I might have decided on something different. Though I was very happy with the result.
I had the Trio of fish (the name caught my attention as it reminded me of SF Catch) and ordered the Melting Hot Chocolate Soufflé (since it takes 45min to prepare, it's best ordered ahead of time).
Trio of fish (Ahi, Butterfish, Salmon). It was actually served in 3 seperate bowls, to incorporate each sauce matching each fish, otherwise the mixture would not be pleasant. Ahi was perfect as usual for Ahi, but the wasabi sauce was a turnoff as I dislike the flavouring of wasabi. The salmon was pretty good, but the most outstanding dish was the Butterfish. My cousin ordered the butterfish (smart).
Melt in your mouth goodness. It's like tasting happy. I should have known this since I had butter fish at the Royal Hawaiian luau.
Roy's Original Blackened Island Ahi- Sweet Ginger Wasabi Beurre Blanc
Hibachi Grilled Salmon- Spicy Soy Mustard
Misoyaki Butterfish- Citrus Ponzu Sauce
Hot Chocolate Souffle: What a perfect yet tiny souffle! I just think of 'Sabrina' in the scene where they all take their souffle's from the oven and are judged on the appearance.
Basically a molten lava cake that's shaped differently and tastes infintely better than any molten lava cake I've ever had. The scoop of vanilla ice cream was held in an edible caramel brittle bowl. I normally don't enjoy vanilla ice cream, but this went well with the chocolate and you could even see the specks of vanilla bean in the ice cream.
Spicy Edamame beans to keep you busy while you wait for your food to come.