We walked in and got a table on a week night, craving some good quality fish. The dining room is perhaps not optimally planned, but the sushi chefs in the open kitchen in the middle get the attention they deserve.
We had an assortment of lovely fish. Pieces are slightly thick though, I tend to prefer slivers that melt rather than slabs I have to chew. You might also want to go with more popular cuts, since they were generally better than the more obscure fish.
I’m slightly nitpicking though, all in all it was a great meal, and I’ll happily return.
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