I've eaten Japanese food all over the world (including Japan) and was sceptical about trying it in Grand Cayman but my husband wanted to experience it. I was very pleasantly surprised. The menu isn't that large and not that imaginative but what we had was all excellent. The sushi and sashimi were bursting with freshness and the rice was just right. I hadn't had freshly prepared wasabi before - a nice touch. Service was personalised and attentive. Yes it was expensive but we thought it well worth it - I almost gave it five stars - just the restricted choice on the menu stopped me.
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