The food is amazing and the sushi in particular was quite good. Though it may sound odd for a sushi restaurant, I recommend the onion rings. I haven't had onion rings in probably 10 years, but something urged me to try them. They were amazing.
The only drawback was the disconnect between such exquisite cuisine and the young, casual service. Even though we came for lunch, I felt their attire and manner a bit to informal and detached despite there being relatively few other customers in the restaurant.
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