Celine Asril •
19 Sep 2014 • 296 reviews • 14 followers
The dinner omakase has upped its price from $40/$50/$60 to $60/$80 per person, keeping the value, though lessening the excitement a little - no longer is this the cheapest omakase in town (Title goes next door, at Teppei-owned Hana Hana). Expect the chefs to still ply you with little plates and skewers of quality, well-prepped foods, including the famed barachirashi. The marinate/soy sauce is dark and thicker than usual, raw fish in big fat chunks and you'll still get really full. Now to get on their four-month waiting list.