First of all, thank you Dario for recommending this place.
It opens at 6:00pm and it is small so it gets very busy. We got there at 6:15 and had to register and wait for about 30 minutes but it was worth it. They have two Kotatsu tables that were empty but we wanted to sit by the bar. The place does resemble some sushi restaurants in Tokyo.
We sat by the conveyor and were immediately greeted and offered something to drink. Very cordial and fast service. I introduced myself to chef Sabu-san and he reassured us that if we didn’t like something we should let him know right away. He recommended the Hotate (scallops) and the Uni (sea urchin roe).
The kaiten dishes range from $1 to $3.90 per plate, which is very reasonable. And the menu items are also very reasonably priced. They have a good selection of authentic Japanese dishes such as the tonkatsu, oyakodon, tempura don, yakitori, etc.
We tried Sabu-san’s recommendations which were both excellent, and then tried the tuna sashimi, hamachi sashimi, tako (octopus) sashimi, aburi salmon nigiri, tamagoyaki (egg omelet) nigiri, agedofu (fried tofu), edamame and miso soup. For drinks we had plum wine and Sapporo beer. Everything was very good, fresh and nicely presented.
Will definitely be back to try more dishes from the menu.
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