As with most Robata Bars, the dishes just add up and you have no idea what you have spent until the check comes. The pros: This restaurant is in a trendy, gallery area of North Wells, and has a sparse modernistic interior, and a really nice patio. We ate outside. The servers are helpful and enter orders into some type of PDA or smart phone. Once entered, the food comes out quite quickly and if you sit outside of course there is no smokiness in your hair and clothes. We ate a bit of almost everything and some things were steals, like beef skewers for $4 or 4.5, whilst some of the non-yakitori are pricey, ie the $14 sea bass, which is a tiny 2x 3.5 inch slab in a plastic pouch with sauce. (the presentation on this dish was really unfortunate as it looked like a doggie doo bag), but it was delicious. All in all, compared to more traditional robata bars, the environment is less crowded and you have space to eat, and it is comfortable. I am frankly a fan of more traditional preparations like sea salt, etc. Some items were still delicious but seemed to be in my opinion, had too many flavors going on. I like to just taste the flavors of the items, which is not to say these more trendy items were bad, as they were not. All in all, $180 with tip for 2 with about 2 drinks each. So you can see how this can get pricey, unless you happen to eat rice to fill yourself up a bit.
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