This is a 100% Japanese restaurant. The sushi chef is from Japan. Both sushi and sashimi are worth tasting. The ingredients are fresh and beautiful, and the dining environment is also very good. Price is expensive
The fish here is fresh and delicious. It is a small place, beautifully decorated and simple in style. I learned that its design is very similar to the style of a Japanese restaurant. We ordered a sumptuous dinner for everyone, and the chef decided what to serve. Since I am very hungry, I think I have to spend a lot of money. As a result, I was full on the second course, and several dishes (more than two) were left. The desserts are also very delicious. Panna Cotta is great. You must spend a few hours here to taste it, you won't be disappointed.
A high-end sushi restaurant, the master inside is Japanese, and the sushi is more authentic. Watch him make it and deliver it directly to you years ago. The miso soup inside and a prawn, although not the expensive kind, But it's fresh.
If you want to please a sushi fan, want to find an authentic place, or just want the best sushi, you will find this restaurant is what you want. We got a $120 fixed price menu and we were shocked. Each dish has an explanation on how to eat it best (clean, eaten with sauce, or with mustard). The waiter helped us pour the sake throughout. Because I am a casual sushi eater, not a proficient, I have found new favorite foods (fish eggs dipped in soy sauce and shrimp head miso), and I also found some challenging foods (such as Take out a snail that is four inches long and eat it all at once). But I cherish the entire dining experience.
The business is very good, you need to book a few days in advance. But it feels flat, maybe my expectations are too high