They have a large menu of interesting Japanese and Asian dishes. They have 'small dishes', 'medium dishes', and a few 'large dishes' as well as sushi, sashimi, salads, etc. The waiter told us that the medium dishes were like a main course for one person and the large dishes would serve two. My wife and I shared one large and two small dishes. The large was the Seafood Sampler ($24). It was a delicious combination of dishes but definitely not enough for two people. We also had the Shishito Peppers ($7) and the SASA Fries ($6). The peppers came with onions and had a great sauce. The waiter said the peppers were hot, but they weren't and didn't have much of any flavor at all. I wouldn't order this again. The fries were excellent. For drinks, I had a sampler of 5 sakis ($10). This was a lot of fun - all of them were good and each had a distinct flavor. My wife had a Pumpkin Spice martini which was excellent but a bit pricey at $9. The service was generally good although it took a while for our drinks to arrive. The decor is modern and, unlike some 'modern' restaurants, I found it very attractive. I would definitely eat here again.
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