It's tucked away in the back of the hotel but is pretty spacious inside. You have a choice of sitting at tables or at the sushi bar - the latter is more interesting due to the action behind the bar. The service is warm and friendly. The place was pretty empty last week in the evening, though that might be due to it being Ramadan - people were probably just finishing their iftar at other places when we went in to dine. Their menu is the size of a book, loaded with options. The amuse bouche - a chicken salad with lemongrass dressing - was a nice touch to start off. The 32-piece sushi dishes come on a wooden boat - just the right bit of drama to enliven a dinner. I tried the teppanyaki wagyu beef, which delivered adequately on flavor. Overall, a nice meal with efficient service.
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