We had lunch here after a museum visit in the area. We chose the restaurant randomly. Well, it was a great choice. The place had just opened, and we were served promptly and helpfully. I had a huge lunch just for the sake of trying different things, as good Japanese food is hard or impossible to get where I live. My soy-braised mackerel was one of the best fish dishes I've ever had, the fried mackerel good but nowhere as good. The squid tempura was fluffy and tender, and the seaweed salad complemented the mains nicely. The miso soup was good. The others has sushi and were satisfied.
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