It was my daughter's birthday. She's famous (among us) for choosing restaurants for her birthday who are "off the path". We all like japanese food, but prefer, more "japanese/panamenian" type of delicacies. This is a japanese restaurant, simple, even rustic, hidden (we had to go around the block twice to find it), no sign, small, with very little parking space. Service is good, serving speed is OK, prices are aceptable, clients and employees (some japanese some not) were quite silent (except us) and food was very good. The Gyozas were OK (we ordered twice) but they looked and taste very much like wotip. I ordered Yakimeshi and it was as good as any. Someone had Onigiri, my wife had Yakisoba and some had Ramen. Japanese beers were very expensive. We liked the food. We'll return (in a while).
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