This is perhaps the finest sushi I have eaten. The chef is a true master and a good man (we saw him running to return a patron's coat out in the street some time after our dinner). We tried an assortment of rolls, both of the omakase plates (sushi and sashimi), and two different udon bowls. All were superb. The miso soup had a very deep taste far superior to the usual that we find in sushi restaurants.
This is a simple restaurant, a little out of the way. Clean and neat, great service. Great prices, too. We made a reservation the day before, but the place was half empty during our visit on a Thursday evening.
If we ever return to Halifax, this will be the first place we visit.
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