Asia's given a lot to the world -- gunpowder, all the video games other than the hooker-shootin' ones, and one totally classic song -- but food may be its most important contribution. Doling that out, Muntin.
Set up in the former Misso site, just-opened Muntin features a wood-paneled interior, dark wood four-seaters, black leather chairs/stools/banquettes, and a glass-cased sushi bar, and's serving up a pan-Asian menu covering Chinese, Japanese, and Thai, though the latter should really be avoided by going two, especially if a playoff spot's on the line. Go-tos like shrimp and veggie tempura and pad thai complement a tremendous sushi lineup, with all the usual rice-wrapped nods to American cities alongside the broiled eel/cucumber/avocado/caviar Dragon Roll, the Alaskan king crab/tempura eel/spicy tuna Grazy Tuna, and soft shell crab tempura wrapped with mango and avocado called the Spider Man Roll, which gets all tingly when it's near the (Dr.) octopus. Signature dishes include miso black cod broiled with saikyo miso sauce, steamed Chilean seabass with veggies and black bean sauce, broiled eel don served over sushi rice, and crispy shrimp in a garlic & butter sauce called Imperial Shrimp, also how Leia totally pwned Luke when he was in that stormtrooper outfit.
They won't sell you booze but they'll damn sure let you drink whatever you can haul in, while desserts, in a valiant strike against the American Heart Association, include fried bananas, fried cheese cake, and fried ice cream -- at least this time, there's more than one Sweet of the Moment.