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When you sit down to the contemporary Asian-tinged American cuisine at Asiate, you will be treated to an $90 prix fixe dinner menu. Expect to find appetizers like soba noodles with uni cream and quail egg and entrees like Wagyu beef with potato puree and yuzu koshou on the three-course menu. You also have the option of upgrading to a $135 seven-course tasting menu and an $95 wine pairing. Lunch at Asiate is a deliciously good deal; the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant offers a prix fixe meal for only $34. The three-course lunch, like at dinner, is accompanied by a complimentary amuse bouche and mignardises, giving you a full tour of chef de cuisine Angie Berry’s menu at a fraction of the cost.
The lunch menu at Asiate offers guests a seasonal three-course prix fixe menu for $34.Weekend brunch attracts visitors and locals alike with a three-course, $54 prix fixe menu. Asiate offers an elegant dinner featuring a three-course prix fixe menu for $90 per person and a seven course Tasting Menu for $135.