Try to come here with a group and explore the menu, which incorporates flavors and dishes from all over Asia. The familiar and unusual dishes are just right for sharing. Mix and match noodles, dumplings, salad, and full main courses; your server can tell you if you’re ordering enough (or too much) food. Many dishes carry a fair amount of heat; quench the fire with sake or a cocktail. The glass-walled room, on a busy South End corner, grows loud at night; eat during the day—the weekend dim sum brunch is a winner—if you don’t want to shout to be heard.