Had a business dinner here with two colleagues on a Friday evening. Arrived about 8 pm, place was very full and busy. We were seated, however, in less than 5 minutes. Very nice ambiance and atmosphere, small bar, several hibachi grill tables and quite a few "regular" tables. Our waitress was one of the best I can ever remember having - friendly, polite, cheerful and took GREAT care of our group. Shared a Ahi Tuna and a Short Rib appetizer that were delicious. My entree was Duck Breast with fried rice, nice sized portions (about a dozen perfectly cooked and seasoned duck breast medallions). For dessert I had the Chocolate Lava Cake that was very good. The bill was a little on the higher side compared to other places I've visited in El Paso - but well worth it considering the top-notch service, and presentation, taste and portion size of all food choices.
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