Yashin is expensive , but worth every penny , the quality of the carpaccio (we had Tuna , the beef and pork) was exceptional , but were still pale in comparison to the Sushi , we all tried the Omakase Eight which was all delicious . The skills of the chefs is brilliant to watch and I would reccomend a seat at the bar so you can watch them work .
Also the Miso soup is supurb .
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