Very cute place, looks more French than Italian or Japanese but still very nice.
A little more expensive too. Although I think they made up for that in the quality.
We shared the tempura prawn, Gyoza, spider roll, beef tataki and tuna & pacific salmon sashimi.
Sashimi is some of the best I’ve had here, it melted in your mouth. So fresh. Spider roll was great too.
Only complaint was the beef tataki came covered in a satay sauce. They called it a sesame mayo but it was definitely peanut buttery! Usually it just comes plain with a citrus spy dipping sauce and fresh ginger and garlic.
All in all I would go back. Especially for the sashimi!
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