I spent one night in Seattle for work, and was told by several trusted friends that this place had to be my choice for dinner. I got there an hour early to be the first in line, to ensure a seat at the bar.
What followed was a 90 minute dinning experience, with a small group of strangers who all felt like family by the time the meal was over. I went with the omakase option and chef Aaron took me on a culinary adventure that challenged my pallet, but never disappointed.
I would consider this place a bucket list item for anyone spending even a single night in Seattle. Fair warning though, I spent about $160 on dinner for one, and only drank water.
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