At the family-owned Sushi Room, skilled chefs from Manhattan, Miami, and Japan use fresh seafood and inventive recipes to spice up traditional Japanese dishes. The menu focuses heavily on sushi, with options ranging from standard soft shell crab and tuna rolls to the specialty mixed volcano roll, which mixes a traditional California roll with baked salmon, crab, conch, and octopus. If sushi and sashimi aren't your thing, you can choose from an extensive selection of cold and hot Japanese plates that include vegan-friendly tofu dishes. The flavorful escargot plate is simmered in sake and cabernet in a traditional toban-style ceramic skillet. Lounge in the candlelit dining room and savor sips of sake—the restaurant serves more than 20 varieties of the traditional rice wine.
The chefs in Nanking Asian Grill?s kitchen toss seafood, veggies, and noodles in hot woks, creating pan-Asian entrees that span from mild to sizzling and spicy. Servers deliver these dishes to the dining room and deck, where they compete for diners? attention with panoramic views of the Intracoastal Waterway. Szechwan spare ribs and Hunan?style lamb chops showcase the flavors of China, whereas inside out and outside out sushi rolls transport tastebuds to Japan without the hassle of a long flight or the addition of nori pages to your passport.
The chefs at Go!Bento fill traditional Japanese-style bento boxes with entrees and sides from Chinese, Thai, and other Asian cuisines. Bento boxes in sizes from the petite Go! Ninja to the hearty Go! Sumo mingle pad thai, honey-garlic chicken, lo mein noodles, and steamed pot stickers. Go!Bento also riffs on hot dogs with katsu-fried franks, avocado, and spicy mayonnaise. The kitchen team coils specialty sushi rolls such as the BFF, whose circumference of tuna, salmon, and whitefish is measured in friendship bracelets. Branching out from their core competency of savory seafood, the staff also drizzles donuts with condensed milk and green-tea ice cream to round out the menu.
At Siam Oishi, Bangkok native Poompaka "Pio" Komolvasri plates sushi, japanese noodles, and traditional Thai cuisine using skills she honed at Le Cordon Bleu in Miami. Handmade dishes imported from Thailand enhance her already artful presentation of sushi, which range from hand rolls to larger 10-piece maki.
Part bar and part late-night dance club, Fate fuels its guests on appetizers before the party begins. Nightly live entertainment showcases both resident and special guest DJs, who spin high-energy electronic beats. For anyone who'd rather play tic-tac-toe at their table rather than hit the dance floor, bottle service is also available.