Unless if you hate or are allergic to particular ingredients, you'll likely be impressed. Even if you're not typically into particular fish, Masa might change your mind!
The first half of the dinner is prepared/cooked food, which is executed extremely well. Standouts are the blowfish prepared several ways and an optional course of kobe beef topped with truffle shavings - if you don't mind the ~$90 supplement, get it! It was melt-in-your-mouth tender and amazingly flavorful. The second half of the dinner is sushi that comes one piece at a time, prepared and then immediately passed to you while the rice is still slightly warm - the way perfect sushi is supposed to be. The texture, temperature, freshness, and flavor of the fish and rice are right on. None of the fish-falling-off-the-rice, rice crumbling and falling in chunks business that can happen at other places.
Masa is on the pricey side, with sake pairings dinner for me and a friend came out to about $800 per person, but it was worth it! Even if it's a once in a lifetime experience, if you like Japanese food, you have to go at least once!
Reservations are necessary!
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