Was in the neighbourhood on the weekend, looking for another restaurant, and found this winner.
There was a huge selection of classic and fusion Japanese food (sushi and otherwise). My friend is a vegetarian and appreciated some of the interesting sushi roll choices including those made with tropical fruits, and one beautifully decorated with red and yellow pepper.
I tried the couple of the hot tapas. The spicy scallop on a skewer wrapped in eggplant, lightly breaded and deep fried, came with a spicy mayonnaise (Ok, no calorie counting here!). The serving was two very large scallops, each wrapped in a paper-thin eggplant slice. It melted in my mouth and was delicious!
The sushi pizza sounded so interesting I had to try it. It was pretty good, although I recommend it more for sharing.
We ordered gen-mai cha to go with our meal. It was served in lovely cups and remained at our table in an attractive a clear glass teapot.
The place has great ambiance, classy decor, nice lighting, singer at the piano, even the bathroom sinks were cool!
Prices were reasonable, especially for the quality of food and service.
Only negative comment is the volume of the singer was a bit loud for me, sometimes making it hard to converse. Other than that it was great!