Friendly, informal Japanese brasserie-type restaurant, with basic wooden tables and chairs, a nice warm interior, a small but busy feel, a beautiful long wooden bar and very tasty food! No sushi on the menu but plenty of sashimi, fried fish and vegetables and some very tasty skewered fish and meat. The service was efficient but friendly, especially the main waiter with his habit of shouting his greetings to every new arrival. Prices are not cheap but reasonable given the quality; the fixed menus were around 30-35€ and gave a good mix of different dishes. Booking in advance seems to be essential for dinner. We will certainly be back.
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