We sat on a booth, the four of us. Service was cordial, well informed and genuine. Not one of those experiences where the server becomes your best buddy right before presenting the check. I have always wondered why this restaurant is not as busy as the rest of its neighbors for lunch, weeknights and even weekend nights.
The interior design is modern Zen like with lighting dispersed well. I could not hear the music.
The Mussels were excellent, with a slight heat and coconut after-taste. We ordered the hot veersion of Edamame which was really dumb as our palate was numb for a while.
The sushi/sashimi plates were well presented. Most of the fish was of a very good quality, especially the salmon. The dissapoinment had two faces; one the octopus was water logged and the calamary sashimi had the fake "sea-legs" that appears like a crab leg, as a garnish.
I must mention to the readers that this is my first time and I certainly would go back for more of the same minus the hot Edamame.
I hope this restaurant does better with volume as the highly perishable fresh seafood requires a certain turn over to keep the ingredients fresh.
I hope the bujsiness
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