Restaurant Review: AKASHA

Akasha Restaurant Review
Tired of the chain restaurants?  Akasha is a unique place to eat and have a specialty drink.  The restaurant continues to be an enjoyable after multiple experiences.


Coffee and Chili Rubbed Flat Iron Steak:
paso prime grass fed beef, corn puree, potato gnocchigrilled beets, Niman Ranch bacon.  

The steak was prepared well, the coffee added a depth of flavor while the chili slowly and subtly came forward.  

Fried gnocchi (Italian dumplings named after wood knots) is not an everyday food; however, their soft texture is a good combination with the rest of this dish. 

An excellent birthday dessert pictured below--salty chocolate peanut bar, candied peanuts, sea salt, caramel, peanut butter gelato.  The chocolate is rich and the gelato has a great flavor.  You might want to share this one.  

The Akasha and Emerald City are two of their popular house cocktails.  Each is a must.  

salty chocolate peanut bar
candied peanuts, sea salt, caramel, peanut butter gelato 


- Make a reservation a week or two in advance (for after happy hour).  
- Arrive early for parking (valet or bring change for the meter).
- Before notifying the staff of your arrival, head to the bar.  Happy hour drink prices are good only at the bar, despite the close proximity of the tables.  My one suggestion to the management was to change this practice.  

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