Clean and handsome with black and white tiles, turquoise chairs, and an aquarium in the entry, Star Fish is yet another new Heights site drawing crowds. Though the menu stresses seafood, meat eaters won’t go wrong with the falling-off-the-bone Korean-style glazed spareribs, three huge, meaty wonders atop marinated radishes and carrots, a steal at $12 and big enough to take some home for lunch the next day. Another lovely item is the wood-grilled lamb T-bone in a light red wine sauce with farro, sultana raisins, and pistachios. Oddly, the wood-grilled oysters proved less successful, with a Parmesan topping that almost overpowered the seafood. However, the ahi steak with peppercorn cream, roasted fingerlings, and grilled broccolini tasted just fine.