This is scarily similar to the very best restaurants in Japan. The vibe, the attitude, the ambiance and (most essentially) the food. Robata, tempura, sushi, stews - everything excellent.
The tasting menu allows the kitchen to fly in whatever direction their inclination and your wallet permit (you price the option). Observation suggests that the tasting courses are not often the same , but I saw nothing to suggest any missteps.
In addtion, I have to admit that they prepared the single best piece of fish that I have tasted (two large poritons of snapper with fins folded in the manner of antlers in a soy based sauce.
I will dream of this meal, even when I am eating some place else.
Excellent sakes and good value for money
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