While the maki at this handsome haunt is plenty tasty, you’d be wise to focus instead on the small bites, such as minced tuna tartare dotted with chives and caviar, rich kabocha nigiri, and flavorful gifts from the robata grill. The mochi are not made in-house, but have them anyway. Trust your server to help you navigate the expansive sake list.
Dishes We Liked
Minced fatty bluefin tuna tartare, Asian pear, chives, caviar, and house special soy sauce ($5); spring roll with octopus, Thai basil, mixed greens, pickled apple, rice paper, and sweet-spicy glaze ($10); kabocha nigiri with saikyo miso, white soy, honey, and almonds ($4); Kampachi Sake maki with amberjack, salmon, jalapeño, red yuzu kosho, takuan, and ponzu ($16)