Travelling alone, finding a nice restaurant where you can sit in peace without feeling awkward, loiter yet not have to wait, and combine good food with a great atmosphere, Iroha fitted the bill.
The sushi platters were a joy to see and the prices were reasonable for this part of town.
Fish was really fresh and watching the preparation from the bar was absorbing.
Lighting was dim but atmospheric (ie rather than just dark).
In all, one to remember for future visits.
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