I resisted going to a restaurant named after dragonflies. BUT when I got inside, I discovered it was a different kind of restaurant: not only sushi, but also cooked tidbits ordered off the menu. It reminded me of dim sum but better. A line of cooks behind the long bar served up items and the waitresses took them to the tables. It was quite an interesting process. The shrimp melted in your mouth, the won tons were crispy the bacon-wrapped asparagus sections were yummy. The sapporo beer was wonderful--first I'd ever had. The three of us passed on the sushi, but other patrons were enjoying it. The place was full and loud and orderly. That's my new favorite restaurant in Gainesville.
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