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But after coming in from walking around my winter garden, cup of tea in one hand and my iPhone in the other to record its considerable dismalness, here are a few things I hope and intend to do differently in the coming months. Get rid of some of the pots, especially the dinky ones. Just what I needed on a cold,cloudy Seattle day. This is one of the premier sushi joints in Seattle if not the country. Make reservations as the small space fills up quickly.

Came here based on a recommendation. It is 7:00PM on a Friday night and the restaurant is not full. The menu has the standard Japanese fare, but not any specialties like chawanmushi or special fish. We ordered seaweed salad, cold spinach salad, steamed clams in sake broth, veg. tempura, shrimp tempura, ala carte sashimi, unagi don, and yosenabe. The veg. tempura was still raw and hard.

The cold spinach salad was contaminated by excessive sesame paste - extremely sweet. The sushi was cut in strange ways, e.g., the toro was cut into cubes. The unagi in the unagi don was too salty. The yosenabe broth was tasteless and the meat and seafood way overcooked. To top it off, the service was mediocre at best. BUT, they offer happy hour deals in the restaurant.

We ordered the seaweed salad, sashimi set, spicy tuna roll, unagi and off the regular menu, the Capitol Hill Roll. Everything we ordered was unagi don seattle unagi don seattle, and all of the happy hour items were less than seven dollars.




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