Before they got their Michelin star, we used to come here once a month (that's how often the menu changes) for a fabulous kaiseki (think Japanese tasting menu) meal for under $100. Now, you'll need to call a month ahead of time just to have a chance to get in, but it's worth it.
It's still reasonable priced for the fine Japanese dining experience given the $200-$300 you'll spend in the city for Benu or Saison (and that just for food!). It's a small intimate dining room that really only seats 3-4 parties and a few at the bar. If just two of you, suggest requesting to bar so you can watch as the food is prepared. This is a husband/wife team and they are very courteous and friendly, but not overly talkative. It's the best Japanese food in the Bay area.
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