This is the first time that I have visited this well hidden Japanese cafe style restaurant. The first impression is that the venue is a very ordinary one from yesteryear, with heavy wooden chairs and unattractive but large tables. The service was a bit slow and when we asked for sparkling wine, we were given still wine instead. However, the second glass was what we wanted. We have ordered tuna and salmon sashimi a Japanese dish of bite-sized pieces of raw fish eaten with soy sauce and wasabi paste plus spring rolls. The food was of excellent quality. And the price was also very reasonable. No doubt we will be back soon.
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