Beautifully presented plates with fresh fish carefully garnished and served with unique sauces. Lovely porch-style area off dining room was available earlier in the evening. Main room was crowded and noisy.
Wine while not a generous portion, was good and served in a very large glass. We started with a beet salad consisting of generous pieces of different types of beets (golf, red, variegated) over bitter greens and scattered with toasted pistachios lightly dressed with a thick sesame sauce. We moved on to crispy fried squid served with thinly sliced small green peppers and a soy-based dipping sauce. Unfortunately, the squid was disappointingly tough and flavorless.
Our main consisted of tuna and yellowtail which was quite fresh and pretty, the scallop appetizer: two large scallops with a nice sauce, soft shell crab maki and a tuna maki. Maki portions were decent but not large with toasted rice which gave each piece a firm and crisp texture.
Overall, a wonderful although pricey experience. Prepare for small portion sizes.
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