A shiny black awning marks the entrance to this slightly antiseptic yet considerably authentic sushi bar. A few rooms done in traditional Japanese style provide seating choices at this den, which hums with business groups on the run and neighborhood dwellers seeking fantastic value lunches as well as terrific quality sushi in the evening.
Choose to dine at their beloved counter or at a table in the well-lit dining room, attended to by speedy servers. Then, dive in to generously sized lunch specials featuring perhaps a colorful chirashi, headlining yellowtail, salmon, tamago and amberjack set deftly over well-seasoned sushi rice. Sticky glazed eel, nicely grilled and plenty fatty, is an absolute must, as is the impressive omakase for dinner.- MICHELIN guide inspectors