About this Business
From Our Editors
Inside Room 112, a self-described "modern Asian cuisine and sushi lounge," a wall of wooden alcoves imposes right angles on flickering candlelight, echoing the clean lines of modernist Japanese lanterns and cube-shaped red stools. This harmonious aesthetic extends to the menu of traditional Japanese and Chinese cuisine: chefs adorn thinly sliced beef with a single tropical flower, for instance, and arrange sautéed shrimp inside a delicate lettuce-leaf cup. Sushi is the restaurant’s specialty, though; chefs roll up more than 30 varieties of maki, which showcase ingredients such as soft-shell crab, yellowtail, and spicy salmon.