The attention to detail at SHO Shaun Hergatt is spectacular. It ranges from simple things -- the mother of pearl napkin rings, for instance -- to the more obvious, such as the framed necklaces from Tibet; the intricate, lattice-like ceiling tiles from an Asian temple, of which there are four in the main restaurant; and the calligraphy brushes from China, which are a nice feng shui touch that symbolize prosperity. Speaking of prosperity, another touch is the circle that comprises the restaurant's logo, which is an Asian symbol of prosperity, as are the apples that are strategically placed throughout the restaurant. Yet another elegant touch is the water, which is big in Asian culture and provides a soothing effect. There are two infinity pools, one in the center of the pool room that effectively divides it into two separate areas, and one outside the private dining area that gracefully leads into the main dining room. Don't let them fool you: Although you'll see candles that appear to be resting on glass over one of the pools, there is no glass cover on them. Instead, the candles are actually anchored to the bottom of the pools don't try to rest your glass here, or it will go in the drink - literally! All of these elements and others give the restaurant a style that's reminiscent of European elegance, but with distinctly Asian accents. Although it sounds strange at first, it's beautiful. It was no accident, either, as Executive Chef Hergatt was involved in every aspect of the design, working closely with all the designers to create everything from the interior of the kitchen to the front of the house. He even had his hand in choosing the chairs, which are very comfortable. It's tranquil and is reminiscent of a regal private residence.