This was recommended to us by a local for shabu-shabu which my husband ordered. In addition to being delicious, it was fun and interesting to experience the unique cooking vessel. One family member has celiac and this restaurant worked with us to help her order gluten free options and they seemed to understand cross contamination. All our meals were multi-course affairs - soup, salad, sushi, meat main dish, dessert, tea. It was delicious. We went for lunch but it felt like a dinner in terms of the amount of food and presentation. A bit pricey.
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