The menu is Japanese fusion. Many of the choices are a twist in traditional (ie: butternut squash dumplings in garlic broth), and there are a few vegetarian choices. However, the portions are small, although gorgeously presented and absolutely delicious. The atmosphere is dark and contemporary, so it makes a great place to go on a date or with intimate friends. The only downside is that for the prices, the service is very casual, the food is simply plopped down anywhere on the table and the mixed drinks are not good. I expected fresh drink ingredients in my plum ginger martini, but what I got looked and tasted like well-grade cranberry and vodka (and it very well could have been considering the service level.)
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