It is mainly a sushi restaurant, with some Chinese dishes.
Some of the dishes proposed were rather interesting, like a very tasty fried tofu.
The sushi we tried were all done well and accurately.
There was however a major complaint I need to mention: I ordered a chirashi, which was shown also on the menu as a proper chirashi, and I was served a rather different dish visually (no pot, and much smaller that expected). I was then told that it was like that because it was too big and people did not finish it (a rather disappointing excuse, to be honest).
Cost is a touch on the expensive side (we ate following the fixed price menu).
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