I went there for dinner, and we sat indoors. The bar was packed with DIFC employees going for a drink. Hence, you need reservations to get in (especially during the weekend), so make sure you call in advance (at least 1-2 days.)
The atmosphere/ interior design was hip and modern (not typically what you would expect from Japanese cuisine). The service was average and relatively slow despite no shortage in staff.
The food quality was good/average - hence, did not justify the price tag - so technically you are paying for the venue (not food quality). Nevertheless, its worth going.
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