The futuristic atmosphere of this restaurant (all-white tables and chairs and partially enclosed booths—or pods—whose lighting changes color with the touch of a button) is a fitting setting for food with strong Asian overtones that ultimately defies precise description. The sushi conveyor is an entertaining touch. Dim sum, stir fry, and crab pad thai share the menu with entrées such as crispy scallion chicken, wasabi-crusted filet mignon, and the amusingly named "Lobzilla," a 3-pound lobster served with risotto and soba noodle salad. There's an extensive sake bar—you can get it warm or cold. Reservations are essential on the weekend.