Beverages & Desserts

We choose seasonal wines from all regions of the world.  Please ask your server for current wine selections.

NON-ALCOHOLIC

Soda: $1.25

Coke, Diet Coke, Mountain Dew, Sprite, Lemonade, Root beer

Thai Iced tea/ Thai Iced Coffee/ Cha-ma-now: $3.00

Unsweetened Iced tea (free refills): $2.00

Hot Tea: $2.00
Mango Juice: $2.50
Apple juice: $2.00
San Peligrino sparkling water: $2.50

BEER

Singha (Thailand): $4.00
Sapporo (Japanese) Sm: $4.00   Lg: $6.50

Tsingtao (Chinese): $4.00
Samuel Adams (American): $4.00

Yuengling (American): $3.00
Bud Light/ Bud Weiser (American): $3.00

wine: WHITES

Bosco de Cirmioli Pinot Grigio Vêneto (Italy)
Glass: $6    Bottle: $20

Lighter style Pinot Grigio with plenty of fruit & acidity for a well balanced wine. This popular Italian white has crisp acidity & a nose of lemons, green apples & almonds. With no oak, the wine shows the best of Pinot Grigio varietal flavors. Well balanced with a fresh, clean finish. Perfect with our salads!

Frisk “Prickly” Riesling (Australia)
Glass: $6    Bottle: $20

Pear, lemon, nectarine & other orchard fruits with a light frizz.

Butterfield Station Chardonnay (California)
Glass: $6    Bottle: $20

Fragrances of citrus, pineapple & pear will envelop your senses as clean & crisp flavors trace across your plate.

Lê Hameau Sauvignon Blanc (France)
Glass: $6    Bottle: $20

Classic French Sauvignon Blanc; fresh, clean & crisp with a steely, flinty backbone. Fresh cut grass aromas make it ideal served chilled on its own.

Kendall- Jackson Chardonnay (California)
Glass: $7    Bottle: $26

America’s #1 selling Chardonnay. Handcrafted in small vineyard lots throughout the entire wine making process, Vinetner’s reserve Chardonnay is fruit-forward, divinely complex, approachable, and exceptionally food-friendly.

Carneros Chardonnay (Sonoma)
Bottle: $30

Tropical notes, bright acidity, caramelized pineapple, honey, vanilla, soft oak nuances.  100% barrel fermented and mall-lactic fermentation yield a wine of rich lushness on the palate.

La Cana Albariño (Spain)
Bottle: $30

On the palate, its gentle and peachy with some lingering mineral and rock notes that add complexity and exemplify classic Albarino character..

wine: REDS

Avanti Pinot Noir (Italy)
Glass: $6    Bottle: $20

Ruby-red. Fresh red & dark berries on the nose, with subtle herb & floral qualities in the background. Smooth, seamless & ripe, offering pliant black raspberry & cherry flavors that become richer with air.

Vina Borgia Garnacha (Spain)
Glass: $6    Bottle: $20

Aroma of dark, ripe Bing cherries & toasty caramel. Full & fleshy in the month with load of ripe & spicy red & black fruits.

Bodina Malbec (Argentina)
Glass: $6    Bottle: $20

Rich raspberries, strawberries and brambles surrounded by hints of spice including black pepper and bacon.

Pier 8 Cabernet Sauvignon (California)
Glass: $6    Bottle: $20

Classic California cab with flavors of black cassis & black cherries on the bold, ripe finish.

Walnut City Wine Works “OPN” Pinot noir (Oregon)
Bottle: $30

Aromas of tart cherry , bramble and tea leaf. On the palate dried strawberries, light flowers and spice.

Grayson Cellars Ghost Runner Red (California)
Bottle: $30

Spicy, meaty flavors like black pepper and beef broth blend with substantial fruit flavors in this medium-bodied, dry and sophisticated wine.

wine: SPARKLING, PLUM WINE & SAKE

Innocent Bystander Moscato (Australia): $10

Pierre Delize Sparkling (France): $10

Kinsen Plum wine: Glass: $5.00

Sho Chiku Bai Sake (California) small: $4.00    large: $6.50

DESSERTS

Mango Sticky Rice: $5.95
Coconut Custard: $4.50

French Macaron – ask your server for flavors: 1 for $1.50    2 for $2.50
Homemade Ice cream – Coconut/ Mango/ Green Tea: $3.95