Minna Tomei aspires to offer seven Asian kitchens under one roof: Indian, Thai, Taiwanese, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Indonesian. Each has a selection of about five smaller dishes that you may take as a starter or share, and about five larger dishes that you may take as a main course or, again, share.
Well - if you are familiar with Asian food - you probably know that China has about 20 different kitchens, and so does India, thus trying to squeeze them into ten representative dishes each is a stretch. But they do succeed in finding typical flavors.
If you're coming with a group I'd certainly recommend sharing. Gives you a chance to enjoy a larger variety.
Service is typically good, but tends to be sluggish on busy nights.
Food - I loved some of the dishes, and disliked some, which is the good side of sharing - you only eat what you like.
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