The tunneled vestibule of this nightclub-cum-bistro is lined with stone tubs filled with water and rose petals, leading patrons—including lots of celebrities, some of them hired to host—into a dim space with black cobblestones, bamboo, and Buddhas (one that's 20 feet tall is seated above a koi-filled pool). Te quintessentially Asian decor compliments the expertly prepared sushi and sashimi. Reserve a table early to enjoy dishes (spicy lobster roll with black caviar,
sake-braised shiitake mushrooms, roasted Thai chicken) in tranquility before loud, young crowds and thumping music descend from the nightclub upstairs. Diners receive complimentary access to the nightclub, so ask your server for a stamp to stick around for cocktails, dancing, and celebrity-spotting.