Where to begin - every single dish was a new experience, was delicious and memorable! Most everything on the menu is shareable, and we shared five dishes and a bottle of wine and we were in heaven! We love good food, but are not very experienced with Japanese dishes. That didn't matter at all! The tempura style squash blossom, filled with goat cheese and dried shrimp was far more delicious than any stuffed zuchinni blossom I've had in Italian restaurants. The house cured salmon with pecorino was mild and delicious. The panko crusted soft shell crab salad was as good as any soft shell crab I've had in Maryland, the seabass and mushrooms baked in parchment was fabulous, alternating the delicate white fish with earthy mushroom in a sublime broth. We finished with warm duck salad, perfectly seared rare duck breast on grilled romaine with orange slices. The service is wonderful, knowledgeable and unobtrusive. Only possible complaint - the restaurant is series of small rooms with wooden floors, and is quite noisy. This is a new favorite before a performance at the Herberger Theatre or Symphony Hall.
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