Admittedly, I'd read other reviews and that's a big reason why we'd decided to eat here and it did not disappoint. The food here was top notch. We started off with the shrimp & vegetable tempura and the batter was light and crispy. 3 generous pices of shrimp with green beans, sweet potato, mushroom & onions were presented artfully. Husband ordered the sukiyaki and it was better than other places we'd tried. Not too sweet, the noodles not too chewy and an all around good flavor. We'd also ordered nigiri sushi & some maki rolls. The caterpiller roll was creamy with avacado and the veggies in the california roll were crunchy and fresh. The wasabi was strong & flavorful and it was even added to my tobiko pieces. They had the large bottle of Sapporo available for my husband and I had the savignon blanc. Great service, very attentive and my water glass was constantly getting filled (I was thirstier than I'd realized). Granted we were there on a Sunday night when most people were watching the Superbowl, so it wasn't busy and we felt that the enclosed porch was reserved just for us.I kinda liked the New Orleansy atmosphere with it's French quarter feeling decor and even had dixie land jazz playing overhead. Definitely not your typical asian restaurant atmosphere, but still, quite romantic.
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