Quiet, cozy,comfortable, service to make you feel like home...an an outstanding meal at very reasonable price. Great little place to get away for the evening.
Went Easter Fri and had the gourmet menu with paired sake. Lovely and tasty food. Great service too.
We went to this little restaurant on a saturday and were lucky we reserved a table. The interior is basic but cosy and the bottles saké are the most important form of decoration. We were welcomed by a very friendly Japanese waitress. In this sakébar/restaurant you have only one 5 course menu that you can take...so you'll have to trust... More
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