Besides a hole in the wall sushi joint I visited in NYC when I was younger, this is by far the best sushi I've had in a long time. It's a small place, reservations are hard to get, and it's cramped, but it is worth the wait. The staff is friendly, though a bit quiet. We weren't sure what to order (all items were in japanese and french) so we looked at what other people were eating and just picked some items at random. All of it was to die for. The fish was so fresh, the rolls were a perfect size, the appetizers were inspired. I can't even describe how perfect each bite was. You just have to go. Oh! Cash only - I had to borrow some from a friend - good thing to know.
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