This is a wonderful (and apparently under- appreciated gem In Tribeca. The place is tiny but beautiful in a very restrained way that carried through the food and service. We were there on a Friday evening after making last minute reservations and the place was only half full which is difficult to understand given the wonderful meal that we had. We opted for the smallest set menu ("only" seven courses) and each course was exquisite with an excellent selection of paired sakis. The courses were beautifully presented in stunning Japanese serving dishes. Very professional service. Each course left absolutely nothing to be desired. The courses are small, but more than enough to satisfy our appetites. Difficult to understand why it was so easy to get a table unless perhaps potential diners are afraid of the high cost- but it was worth every cent!
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