Great food, small cramped place, but beautiful interior design.
For a small place, they were still able to manage to divide dining into three areas: a private group dining room near the entrance, a sushi bar along the corridor and finally the main dining area at the end with small tables (this is where we ate and the tables were small and too close to the other customers).
Despite the tightness of the space, the seating is still reasonable. Also, it is compensated by the gorgeousness of the interior design (except for the mediocre bathroom - but I can forgive that). It highlights the best of Japanese minimalism but with a touch of New York's urban sleekness and coolness.
As for the food, delicious. I ordered the Berksheir (sorry, couldn't remember the right spelling) Katsu, some kind of breaded pork. Thick (a bit too thick for me) cuts of meat. Also, I thought I ordered the pricier bigger version but still found the serving small. Cooked well, tasted great. Their side sauce for the meat was delicious, even comes with a mortar and pestel to grind the sesame seeds to combine with their sauce.
The entree also comes with miso soup and salad. The salad equally has a very tasty dressing, made fresh. Tip: the salad is refillable (well-shredded fresh lettuce).
Overall, gorgeous interior design (urban minimalism), great food despite the place being small. I would come back.
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