I had Omakase for the first time here. Omakase simply means 'Trust the chef' or 'Leave it up to us'. This meant that rather than select our choice form the menu we would leave it to the chef to build the courses and the food that was served to us.
We had tuna, uni, salmon, mushroom, crab, meltingly soft shrimp and a whole host of other seafood until I could eat no more and had to tell the waitress to stop any more courses for me. The others went on till they were full. We also were served edamame and mackerel in brine as sides.
Hot Japanese tea or sake are the perfect complement to this type of a meal. They are a traditional lot and will tell you which course needs soy and which doesn't.
Please go to Sasabune. Traditional Japanese doesn't get better than this.
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