My wife and I had dinner here on a Sunday evening. The restaurant opens at 8.30 pm, and we were the first customers - but within half an hour there were another twenty or so people sitting at the tables. The place is clearly popular.
The decor is a blend of modern minimalist and traditional Japanese. The atmosphere is quiet, no loud music, no loud groups; perfect for conversation.
We ordered beer and wine, one gyoza, one mixed sashimi plate, one bowl of fried rice, and two miso soup, followed by two coffees. Everything was perfectly prepared and the service was swift and attentive. We were also given a complimentary starter, and two small cups of sake at the end. The bill was very reasnable - just 33 euros. All in all, a very pleasant experience, which we are sure to repeat.