Not sure whether the restaurant is very good because the chef is Japanese. But very good it is. The sushi is good because it has been 'aged' right according to my wife who has lived in Japan for more than 9 years. Apparently, the sushi melts in the mouth due to the aging. I ate tempura lunch and the portion was large but I had better tempura meal in Ginza, Tokyo, for example. The menu list has good variety. There was a constant attention by the waitresses refilling the hot tea, etc. And the bill was quite reasonable. Recommend to people who love sushi. Another indication of this restaurant's strong reputation was more than half of the guests were Asians including Japanese. The restaurant is clean and functional but not upscale. The location is a bit hard to find.
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