The place is beautifully built with typical Japanese style cubicle layout. There's also a curious looking 'doorbell button' on the cubicle wall next to each table. This is to call the waiter/ess to your table.
The menu is elaborate, and each Japanese item is explained in English with some pictures. The prices are slightly on higher side but not as expensive as some other Japanese restaurants in town. However, if you don't want to spend too much, then you can order the 'set menu'. This is like a combo meal. Each order is accompanied with a cup of soup and a bowl of rice.
Sushi is great and they range from 250-400 for a pair. We ordered the sushi platter which is 600 bucks and comes with 9 assorted pieces of sushi. The platter arrived quickly and the sushi was great! It was an assortment of cucumber, salmon, tuna, tamagoyaki (omelette) and something else. It was presented on a wooden board with pickled ginger and wasabi.
We had ordered a grilled beef sizzler (yaki something) and yaki tori (grilled chicken bits in Japanese barbeque sauce. The sizzler and chicken dish was very nice. The grilling was perfect and the meat was crusty but soft. We had it with sticky rice. Not sure if we were supposed to put soya though. The soup was also nice. It was a cup of clear soup. very light but tasted nice. Japanese flavor I don't know how to describe. Bit it was hot and soothing.
Overall we loved the experience. The decor is very unique, The meals delicious and filling, yet not heavy. They serve sake and beer as well, but they were out of stock.
Per head we paid 750/- . that's worth the experience considering that we ate well and ingredients are not easily available.
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