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Mix It isn't a Japanese, Chinese, or Thai restaurant. It's all of those, with Indonesian and Korean touches thrown in, too. With so many cuisines in one place, you could even say the restaurant's name doubles as the head chef's job description. Luckily, Chef Li up to the task—he was once the executive chef at a five-star hotel in Beijing. Here he's curated the best of many Asian cuisines in one menu. Highlights include:
The summer roll: This sushi creation comes stuffed with crab stick, pineapple, and mango. Its outside is adorned with salmon, avocado, mango, and a coconut-wasabi sauce.
The Indonesian-style fried rice: This is jasmine fried rice with seafood and jalapenos topped with a fried egg, chicken satay, and spicy pik pow sauce made with chili paste.
The other fried rices: Chefs accent classic fried rice with veggies, scallions, and egg; the most tropical one arrives studded with pineapple chunks, each dressed in a tiny hula skirt.
The noodle bowls: These hearty, ultra-customizable soups come with a choice of noodles, meat, and veggies. There are even five broth styles to choose from, ranging from chicken broth to red coconut curry.
The sake selection: Sakes range from one with notes of bamboo and plum to an apple-flavored sake.