The restaurant and lounge was conceived as a modern Cal-Asian restaurant, set in a dramatic environment that pays homage to Asian arts and crafts. The interior utilizes oversized wood screens with an Asian motif help partition the large space into cozier rooms. Throughout the restaurant industrial guillotine style roll-up doors were utilized in order to section off different areas into private rooms, an industrial version of tatami screens. The red glass in the roll ups provide a bit of extra visual heat to the space.
The main feature of the interior is a mural that covers all the interior walls by the artist Jet Martinez . As an abstraction of the chrysanthemum petals the mural is painted entirely by hand in shades of crimson and burgundy, accented with gold paint. These colors are symbols of happiness and fortune in Asian cultures and helps create a dramatic and deeply opulent look.
Custom brass chandeliers at the center of the private dining rooms are hung from a mirrored ceiling which amplifies their over sized scale and adds to the warmths of the interior by reflecting their glow. The bar itself looks to be floating, much like an old Chinese boat, with glowing lanterns on a sea of teal tiles underneath another mirrored ceiling that stretches out the space above like an endless sky.