The menu here features spices and flavors from around the world, with prominent influences from the Pacific Rim and southwestern United States. So you might find yourself dining on thick-cut pork loin crusted in panko and served with a brandy-Dijon cream sauce or a similarly creative fish dish. Portions are large, so don’t be afraid to share. The look of the place is as fun as the food: A zinc roof is held high by columns made from locally farmed tree trunks, and finished underneath with woven mats and thin bamboo. The bar serves up fab cocktails and local craft beer, sometimes to live music.