Well, been here a few times and this was the best. Greeted oddly by 2 European staff which I hate (nothing against Shiro in particular- do you got to Peruginos and get a Japanese waitperson?). Got a nice table (booths were reserved) and enjoyed the views. We had tuna sashimi, assorted tempura, glasses of sparkling, fresh white wine, lovely sake, a tofu and brie cheese salad, and some beef tataki, all shared. A couple of sake grey goose/sake martinis were a treat. The food overall was divine and well-priced. Our waiter was efficient and spot on, the rest of the waitstaff were fine. The kitchen closes at 2.30, though we stayed until 4pm- they do advertise tapas from 3-5pm, but saw no-one come in for those. No rush to get us out, very pleasant. Damage came to @$200, will return
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