Together with his wife—who runs the front of house—Chef Yasuhiro Hirano turns out some of the most exciting sushi in town. His particular magic lies in weaving together a few key components, including exotic fish that he ages before blending with a host of ingredients. He’s mastered dishes that more established pros haven't—and to such precise and polished effect. With such an intimate setting, diners are bound to be schooled in the process, and Chef Hirano enjoys sharing his craft, but you may opt for silence to savor such delicacies as tender mantis shrimp glossed in eel sauce, or plump Kusshi oyster with ponzu gelée. Slow-braised monkfish liver may be presented with a sprinkling of black pepper, while sea bream is enriched by a dot of pickled plum sauce and shiso.
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