According to Trip Advisor the #1 Japanese restaurant in the city. The test of a good Japanese restaurant is tempura. Is the batter homemade? Is the oil the right temperature? Are the ingredients fresh? Oniwa passes the test. But dining is not only about the food. Service? Fine and personable. Ambiance? Odd, weird, non-Japanese. Two large chandeliers with red light hang from the ceiling. Japanese trinkets everywhere as in a collector's dining room. Orange walls. You don't feel transported to an exotic atmosphere. But ... good food.
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