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Posted by Anonymous on 12/27/2007
My first visit was a bit of an accident-- someone else made the decision. It was definitely a happy one. I really wouldn't refer to this restaurant as Chinese as it is so wonderfully fusion. The food and service are fabulous, but if you're looking for bargains, do the lunch thing. Same great food at unbelievably low prices. BTW- If the menu item is in red, that means spicy. But for me that means very tasty.
Posted by LOVE LOVE LOVE on 02/02/2007
Lawrence and his staff are amazing and always go out of their way to make you feel welcome. The food is incredible - hard to believe where this place is located - - - it should be somewhere more central where more people can partake in the heavenly lambchops and the sublime ly ginger-laden potstickers.....good wine too...a must try!
Posted by Marla12 on 06/07/2006
I live in the neighborhood of where Abacus is located and each time I've been I've found a new dish I like. The pea shoots with garlic sauce are excellent, so much so I tried making them myself at home. The seared ahi tuna with mango is well prepared and the garlic noodles are a wonderful side dish to all the entrees. The tofu with vegetables is probably the tastiest way I've had tofu to date. The textures of the julienned vegetables blended together and enhanced the tofu. The prices won't break the bank and the food is beautifully presented. Particularly the potstickers which are made with a spinach wrapper and are cooked to order and served on a rectangular dish that complements their shape and color. Desserts are good, the mango mousse cake is light, and sweet but not too rich, a perfect ending to the meal.