Visited this little restaurant again, this time celebrating the end of my working career with my Japanese wife and my best friend together at a lunch on my final day. We ate a plate of a selection of sushi and sashimi, a mixed sashimi plate and a teriyaki tofu lunch. The food was delicious and the miso soup contained bountiful amounts of Wakame (seaweed). The rice was moist and hot and was pleasure to eat. The chefs were also waiters on this occasion, so it was a bit slow. The seating on the inside benches is a bit tight, so once seated it might be hard to extricate yourself for a convenience stop. The taste of the food made up for the slow service. All in all, the meal was great. The restaurant was full when we arrived, but thinned out around 2.00pm, and even though we talked for some extra time, the staff did not seem to mind. Definitely worth a visit for a traditional Japanese hit!
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