A duo of Thai chefs presents an Asian-fusion and sushi cuisine of delicate spiciness at this spiffy New York look-alike. It's small, but the menu is huge. Recessed lighting contributes to the chic vibe, as do the off-white walls and black leather chairs. Start with plump gyoza dumplings stuffed with chicken, goose, and vegetables or shrimp tempura on avocado with miso sauce or the full sushi menu; then try the Jakarta (chicken or beef with eggplant and zucchini
with an Indonesian sweet sauce) or Exotica (chicken or seafood dressed with coconut milk and chili paste and scattered with basil leaves). Finish off with a light-as-air pavlova topped with berries and whipped cream.