Asiatique is located on the same street as Stone Creek and the Wise Owl, so I kind of knew where I was going, but if you don't know, it could be easy to miss. The building is a big white buliding and the name is hard to see. The restaurant was very modern on the inside and very open. There was a band playing when we arrived which seemed kind of loud to me, especially because the acoustics inside made the music echo throughout the main room. It wasn't very crowded, so we were seated right away. As we were taken to our seats, I realized how big it was inside. The restaurant just seemed to keep going and going with many rooms. I didn't love the feel of the restaurant. It was somewhat "industrial" like and being in the other room we couldn't hear any of the music at all. It was almost too big....especially since each room had about one or two tables sat at the time.
(This picture doesn't show the whole serving, I had forgotten to take a pic before I dished it out, there were two pieces of pork and many more beans).
Ross had never had ahi tuna before, so he decided to try something new. This was a seared triple crusted tuna served with wasabi sauce. I had never had ahi tuna either, but we both thought this was very good. The wasabi sauce was a bit too strong for me, I would have liked a different type of sauce for the tuna, but Ross liked it. This came with a vegetable medley and rice.
So, all in all, I didn't love Asiatique. I thought the food was good, but I don't know if I would ever go back. I didn't care for the ambiance or service of the place at all. Like I said, our waitress was polite and prompt, but just made us feel uncomfortable. She seemed new, very nervous and almost scared. There weren't very many people here either, which says a lot about a restaurant in my opinion.
Overall Experience: 2