We walked in to this small restaurant in a side street near south station. They couldn't seat us on a table as they had only a limited number of tables so we sat on the chef's table/bar. We were handed what can only be described as the most delicious sounding menu I have ever seen, Hamachi with banana pepper mousse, Home made fingerling potato with black truffle sushi, Venison Tataki, Seared Petit striploin with Truffle oil and potato confit, Foie Gras Gyoza, and Tempuras galore. The list seemed endless and the portions are small so you keep ordering and delighting in the food. The service was unpretentious and quick.
The ONLY downside is the price. It says here that the price range is 70-100 dollars per person. In our case it was more like 300 a person and we could have ordered more .
Having said that , this place easily rivals the best of similar concept restaurant such as Zuma and Nobu. In fact in many aspects it beats them hands down.
Great Night and Great food.
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