Picked because of the good ratings, I enjoyed an excellent, slightly different, Japanese meal, that started with sashimi (of dorade, of red fish), followed by small bites of salmon and delicious gyozu of shrimp (Japanese dumplings), and "inside out" sushi that contained river eal. The choice of wine was limited, but the quality was fine. Prices were very reasonable (or should I say cheap, we payed 63 euros for a meal, two large bottles of sparkling water and six glasses of wine). On top of all this, the owner is an intriguing charmer. Well, who could resist?
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