Frequented by many Japanese, this restaurant offers a variety of starters and mains, including beautiful sushi and sashimi.
Abrupt and snappy, the maître D does not do small talk, but at least, in most cases, the service is fast.
The ground floor room is noisy and crampted, which makes it kind of authentic, but not for a romantic night out...
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