After reading the reviews, we had to try for ourselves. The place was full with locals downstairs, which is always a good sign. We were shown upstairs to a traditional Japanese dining room, where we sat on the raised floor at a big table. The menu is extensive and we had a variety of dishes, like sashimi, maki, nigiri, inside out and tempura- all great stuff the service was great too, and the waitress spoke excellent English.
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