The tempura was great. The batter is nice and light, especially compared to what I normally get back home in the states. The ingredients are very fresh. The place is small and only seats a handful of people at a time. The building is a nice traditional Japanese building, not one of those big modern places. It's expensive so be ready for the cost. Lunch might be a better option as it's much cheaper.
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