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When entering the massive Tao establishment, one can easily be overwhelmed. Tao – part nightclub, part beach club, part restaurant –  is a mega complex that always has a lively crowd.

While dining, the spicy tuna over crispy rice is a great way to start your meal. With the crunchy rice cake on the bottom, it’s both flavorful and texturally pleasing.

One dish that surprises is the lobster wontons. At Tao, the lobster wontons come in a clay pot and are soft and tender. Meaty chunks of lobster fill these house made dumplings and are nestled in between shitake mushrooms in a sweet, creamy sauce. The dish is a bit on the heavy side but is perfect for sharing.

Something you may not want to share is the marinated sirloin. Served with crispy potatoes and tender shitake mushrooms, this perfectly seared sirloin is delicious. Pair it with the tender Japanese eggplant (one of the best side items on the menu) and you’ve got quite a meal. 

While Tao is large, it still effectively creates a comfortable dining scene with good food and intriguing ambiance.

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