The waitress was very friendly. From the menu, it was not quite clear how each dish was prepared and with what ingredients, and so we peppered her with questions, which she responded well to and even went out to check up on when she wasn't quite sure. Unfortunately, she ended up messing up our orders after all, but given how nice she was we did not complain or feel annoyed.
We ordered a variety of nigiri, gunkan and maki, mostly with salmon. The composition of the dishes was not traditional and tastes were not as distinguishable and as pure and refined as one would expect in a sushi place. Instead, I felt the dishes were designed to please those that don't actually like sushi all that much, with tastes that blended well together and fish that was often exposed to heat in different ways. It certainly was not a bad experience, but I am unlikeli to revisit as to me it was in no way memorable food. I was frankly a little disappointed, as I had heard so much praise about this place.
The view towards Bryggen and Vågen is very attractive, but the building itself and the restaurant interior is lacking in character. The marine themed bathrooms are very attractive though, with scoops as basins.
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