We rather blagged our way into the Kazan after turning up without a reservation [definitely recommended]. They offered us a seat at the counter right in front of the sushi chefs and fish counter. They weren't the most comfortable seats in the place but we thoroughly enjoyed the evening and had no complaints whatsoever.
Although we have eaten Japanese before we have no real clue about protocol when it comes to working the menu so we relied pretty much on the excellent waiter and his patient explanations. We ended up with a super salad of greens, seared tuna and a sharp dressing, some standard and some more sophisticated sushi and, the piece de resistance, a plate of amazingly delicate prawn tempura. The chocolate and raspberry cake which followed may not have been Japanese but it was good and so was the bottle of Canarian Rose we demolished.
This wasn't the best restaurant food I've ever eaten but it was good and the whole experience had a coherent quality which earned it five out of five. And we didn't think it was too expensive either for a place and a meal as sophisticated as this.
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