Fantastic lunch menu. Pure Sushi with outstanding ingredients. The wide variety of tuna sashimi was a unique experience.
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The restaurant and ambience are quite beautiful, very fashionable crowd. Good sushi, but not outstanding. 40.000 yen for dinner (2 people) is much, the sushi should have been better.
the food is really very nice. atmosphere too. a place that you can enjoy even a little food or more.
Several of us for dinner at the counter. Service is solid, beer is cold, sake portions are properly served and sizeable; nice job refilling your sake cup as you deplete it. Sushi is good quality and served with fresh wasabi, freshly ground on shark shin...More
The restaurant is located in central Roppongi, Tokyo, and inside the Grand Hyatt hotel. It can be slightly difficult to find, but once you get there, you are in for a treat to remember. The restaurant is very popular and you may find it useful...More
Stopped by just wanted to eat something quick around 7pm. The restaurant was almost empty but they said there are reservation so I can only sit for 30 mins in the counter. Didn't feel so welcomed but I was too hungry to think. Quickly ordered...More
This place is beautiful, starting with the bamboo lined path leading to the restaurant. Imposing stone wall with water feature, simple furniture and lovely sushi counter. The sushi however is just average. Friendly service. Super expensive.
The setting of the restaurant, amid lantern lit gardens, is unique and serene. The service was attentive & polite. We tried the largest tasting menu (about $150 US) and was not with the price, food was good but not that creative or much above average....More
This restaurant is a very contemporary space and an intimate space, not too large The sushi is very fresh and the service is impeccable. Great place for a business dinner or a special occasion.
For the price, we were disappointed and would definitely not return. The service was good, but that was the extent of it. I had a mixed chirashi type dish with fish, rice and some veggies. My wife had a mixed nigiri platter.