I have to start my review by warning the reader that I rarely eat Sushi outside of Japan or Califormia. A colleague took me here and I enjoyed my meal very much, although I do not believe it stacks up to the best of Los Angeles and San Francisco or certainly Tokyo. For one thing the sashimi selection was rather limited although all I tried was excellent. The stand-out entree for me was a variation on gyu-tataki --- seared very rare beef. This was excellent and memorable. Service was great and the meal was more affordable than I thought given that the restaurant is the brainchild of a celebrity chef. It is also a see and be seen place so the people watching was outstanding.
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