Sai Sai’s menu is an exercise in culinary play. Tucked inside the Millenium Biltmore Hotel, this sophisticated restaurant stands out with its adventurous gastronomic creations, Zen-inspired décor, and eager staff. Chef David Bartnes has crafted a daring Asian fusion menu, seamlessly blending distinctive regional cuisines into a global pastiche that is both strikingly original and evocatively familiar. Exotic experiments like Kobe Short Ribs with Potato Gnocchi or the pairing of maguro sashimi with caramelized pear are surprising and satisfying. With noteworthy lunchtime bento boxes, prix fixe menus for theater goers, and in house infused sakes, Sai Sai supplies a variety of tantalizing dining options.
I am not a big seafood person, but I dined at the restraunt almost everyday for a week, the staff was wonderful, The manager Jan was very helpful, the prices are excellent, The spicy Prawns are absolutely my favorite,(you do not know you are eating seafood). The wine list is delectible, It is quiet, relaxing, no one is throwing a sales pitch at you to rack up the bill. I will defenitely be back.
If you are looking for really good Japanese food and an adventure with really good saki, try SAI SAI. The waitress is very knowledgeable about the different types of saki and the saki flight helps you decide what will taste best with your meal. The food ranges from the traditional to gourmet and is very fresh and well prepared. SAI SAI is a good choice for pre-theatre dining. Don't miss it!