At this splashy pan-Asian haunt from Harwood Hospitality, intricately carved archways, pretty lotus pendant lights, and cozy booths conjure a lounge-y vibe. The far-flung dinner menu dabbles in a medley of Asian cuisines, and our favorite dishes were small plates: pillowy bao cradling crispy pork belly; crunchy fried pork egg rolls served with bright herbs and a chile-lime sauce; and baby bok choy in spicy-tangy prik pao. The Korean fried chicken disappointed; the mostly breast-meat nuggets were cloaked in a flavorless, ghostly white batter. The drunken noodles, though, with Wagyu beef chunks, were delicious.