Although this tiny restaurant appears not to be Japanese owned or run the food is exceptional and it too is my favoured japanese in town. Even my hypercritical ex wife who is Japanes thought it good when visiting and my twins this last time literally climbed on the table to fight over the food! It is not fair to call this a 'sushi place'. The sushi is good but they do many more specialities. all can be recommended. It has a firm solid cast of regulars and space is cramped.
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