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Chakra Restaurant Review: Chakra is set in a cavernous dining room reminiscent of an ancient temple complete with Hindu bas-relief sculptures along the walls. The seasonal fare matches the creativity of the décor, although American sensibilities hold sway with some international touches, ingredients and style. The modern and innovative sushi menu offers such delicacies as the Pink Granny Roll made with Atlantic salmon, tobiko and smoked Granny Smith apple. Steak gets a new name and a new twist --- call it “TC Steak” but make it a 40 day-aged Colorado sirloin served with truffled cream spinach. While there are good choices throughout, the seafood excels. Chili-cinnamon-glazed Chilean sea bass arrives with potato-wrapped shrimp, baby bok choy, and lemon grass nage. Desserts do not disappoint. Try the French macaroon tree made with assorted macaroons (of course) but accompanied by house-made cotton candy. Chakra hosts monthly multi-course wine dinners celebrating various wine-growing regions, as well as wine tastings and other special events that pair the restaurant's cuisine with high-profile wines.