This sleekly designed Canadian transplant has moved into the Galleria, and it’s already attracting a convivial crowd. No wonder: we were greeted with smiles and a glass of bubbly. The menu offers a variety of international dishes that play well together. Korean fried cauliflower popped in flavor and texture; seared salmon sushi was gorgeous. The Cajun blackened chicken breast, perched on a warm potato-and-bacon salad, was the definition of upscale comfort. A small, tender sirloin was cooked an honest medium-rare and drizzled with just enough garlic butter.