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decent japanese food at this place I’ve seen frequently touted as good-value and decent quality, both compliments I agree with. I did imagine, however, that the place was a rather more high-end establishment (perhaps on the same level as sushi kuu) – but it’s more akin to a (slightly more) refined sushi tei. there’s a good selection of bento sets that make for good value, as well as a decent a la carte section for greater variety. the mains range from sushi to suitability (lots of springy noodles and tender beef in a suitably sweet broth), with sides of anything from sashimi to teriyaki chicken – and what we got was pretty tasty, and serviceable enough for a post-work dinner or hanging with friends.
good food, and a nice sit-down in the area.
The restaurant offers many options. But its specialty is the sashimi, which are flown fresh directly from Japan twice weekly. The uni and the amaebi is especially sweet. And the otoro price is unbeatable. U cant get the same quality cheaper anywhere else. Karei age or a type of fried flatfish is a hit with my family. Its meat are cut out and shaped into balls, so no worries about bones. The whole fish bone is then deep-fried to a crisp, perfect with beer. The restaurant does not offer any kid menus, but u can request for mini udon or ramen. My 18mo baby finished up the whole bowl of udon by himself, which was a surprise since he usually doesn't eat much.
nice ambience warming welcoming good service good food!! too many choices till dont know what to eat i would love to sit at the counter to enjoy chef good recomendation to go with good sake.
The chef will recommend all the special fish for the sashimi and sushi. here also have a very good entertainment from the chef. at dinner time u can drinking sake with the chef too. recommended chef is chef Alex. he's very funny and a good drinker