First impression-the smell of fish/broiled. My husband and I were the first ones to arrive for our 11:30am reservation. The hostess lead us to a corner that was sort of tucked away...we asked to be seated closer to some windows. Sat us at a very small table for 2...instead of a table for 4 which was more comfortable. The sashimi platter and salmon skin roll we ordered (with tea pot, tea cup/saucer, beer glass/bottle, plates etc) barely fit on this tiny table. They should seriously think about this awkwardness. When we were almost done eating, the restaurant was filled with smoke...something over broiled...doors had to be opened..made me cough.
OK...now the positives. Washugyu beef carpaccio was perfect, could easily consume 2 orders. The sashimi platter:very fresh fish. Tempura calamari salad was delicious except it became a little overwhelming with the oily batter. Maybe less batter and more salad. Would go back for the cold appetizers.
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