I chose this restaurant to celebrate my 15th year wedding anniversary. When you enter the restaurant, there's a Zen vibe. I like the minimalist décor in this vast space. I requested a nice quiet table for such a special occasion when I made the reservation for 5:45 p.m. The staff came through big by seating us in a corner table. Our server welcomed us and showed us the menus. It came time to decide whether to pick from the A la Carte menu or from the Omakase. We were so glad we went for the latter, with the sake pairing. What drew me to the Soyo Kaze is the gindara [miso marinated black cod] and this dish surpassed my expectation. I think it was clever to put sugar cane shochu with the gindara; it was just perfect together. The Chef's Sashimi selection is the best sashimi I've had. My husband chose the Aozora which had more than one highlight. I recall him raving about the Truffle Chawanmushi. We ended our meal with Ichigo Panna Cotta and the quality matched the rest of our meal. From start to finish, this is hands down the best omakase we have ever had. EN will give Chef Morimoto some serious competition, if not already. I can't wait for the next special occasion to give us another reason to experience the Omakase of Omakases again!
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