It is indeed an intimate place. No more than six tables. Attentive service from one waitress and the owner. As suggested in the other reviews, reservations are absolutely mandatory. I had wanted sushi as main course, but the owner mentioned that they had only a little fresh fish left that evening (8:30pm), and suggested they could prepare it as a sashimi appetizer for me. It was beautifully presented and delicious. As a main I had sukiyaki, very traditional. My son had shrimp tempura. Restaurant was literally around the corner from my hotel Dai Nonni, but is very hard to find. No obvious sign or lighting outside, only the name in white on a white wall, and a single locked door with a bell you ring for entrance. (it felt like going to a private home or member's only club for dinner) Note - No English menu or spoken, Spanish/Japanese only! Address/Dirección 15 av. 6-72 z.13 Número telefónico: 2331-4093
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