There was no crowd in the front of this discreet restaurant when we arrived for lunch. After entering the restaurant, we realized how remarkable was this traditional Japanese house located in a small street in Santana. There was no place in the disputed balcon where most fresh sushi and sashimis were prepared by skillful sushimen in front of the clients! No table available in the ground floor, but some of them were serving steamy sukyaki for groups or even large portion of sashimi in beautiful boats. We were conducted to the second floor and another suprise! The tables of the spacious lounge were almost all occupied in a Monday, when most of restaurants in São Paulo are closed. You will only feel what is the city because many buildings can be seen from its large windows. We ordered a good portion of guioza, a bento (with sashimi, anchova and tempura) for me and a chicken teppan for my partner. The sashimi was superfresh and tasty. All was delicious and arrived fast to the table. There was an electronic bell for calling the waiters. The restroom was clean. For this very good experience and efficient service, we've paid a fair price. My only advice, don't go there on Wednesday because of the open fair in the street. Otherwise, you can certainly be well served with excellent Japanese meal.
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