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Chaya serves Japanese and French-influenced fare in a chic, modern setting. Intimate booths, dim-lighting, and a large, colorful chandelier-style fixture fill the spacious restaurant. Diners can opt for the garden patio or 12-seat sushi bar. Items on the frequently changing menu might include Maine lobster and shrimp ravioli, paella, pan-seared albacore, sweetbreads and bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin.
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Worth Every Penny! Chaya isn't the most affordable sushi in town, but it's worth every penny! It's a great place to go with friends and load up on a little of everything. They have amazing and fun cocktails and some great wine and sake also! Just remember, if you valet at street level, you're picking your car up in the basement. A little confusing the first time.
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