Exotic ingredients melded into beautiful, artful presentations explains the allure of this place. We’re always pleased with the Uchiviche, a refreshing blend of salmon, striped bass, tomato, bell pepper, garlic, and cilantro. Then there’s the Pitchfork roll, with its wagyu beef, crispy leek, avocado, and yuzu kosho (a take-notice sauce of fermented chiles and yuzu rind). Wonderful ten- or six-course tasting menus are there for the asking at this lively spot, and it can be great fun sitting at the sushi counter.
Drinks: Beer, wine & sake