Wifey led us to this restaurant after vetoing countless others across 3 different popular dining districts. The tagline that drew us in was the semi politically-incorrect "Owned by Japanese, Cooked by Japanese, Way to Go" sign below. But after all this is about cuisine, and authenticity is paramount, so up we go. And we were surprisingly treated with delights to the senses. Charming swordfish decor, a mural of saxy silhouette against the full moon, I could go on, but what was spot on was the smell, of fried eggs and batter wafting through the air. So much so that we had to order a tempura on top of a tamagoyaki (fried egg roll) and soft-shell-crab fried rice. Wifey was in the mood for a curry beef udon which she thoroughly enjoyed as well. This was perhaps our most satisfying tempura experience outside of Japan & NYC (and we have been to too many "japanese" restaurants). Definitely heartily recommended.
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