The restaurant is supposedly run by a super well-known Japanese chef and serves the best ever sushi. No wonder, it's almost impossible to get there. If you are dining in the main area - reservation is a must, if you are dining in the bar area - first come first serve which encourages a lot of unhealthy competition. However, the hostess was amazing - she pretty much commanded the entire place, and was very nice to us setting us up at a table in less than an hour of wait. So how was it you ask?
+ great appetizers and not too small
+ deserts to die for - innovative and tasty
+ patient service
- difficult to choose from menu - no traditional sushi or sashimi dinners, or other options you usually get at the sushi restaurants
- super frugal sushi - thinnest possible slices of fish. I guess rice was good ; )
- super crowded and loud, not a pleasant place to have a conversation with the friends
- impossible to park nearby (closest place - the underground parking area 20 min of walking)
As a side note, if you for some reason still decide to go there, order a Japanese soda drink in a fancy glass bottle - tastes like an old style soda and the bottle is sci-fi. See for yourself.
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