This tiny, unassuming restaurant serves arguably the best sushi in the city. The interior comprises a sushi counter manned by a Japanese master working continuously and silently, and two small sunken tatami-style dining areas that evoke an old-time Tokyo restaurant. The seafood is flown in from Tokyo's Tsukiji fish market; the daily chef's selection (about Y280) is a wooden board of sushi made from the best catches of the day. Reservations are a must for this dinner-only
Chaoyang gem. There are three locations around town.
2 Xinyuan Xili Zhongjie, Building 2, Beijing, 100027, China
Apr 11, 2011
I have been visiting Beijing about 5 times per year, several weeks at a time for the last five years and this is one of my regular and highly dependable restaurants. The sushi is best in class; certainly the best in Beijing that I've been able to find in the last 5 years. Highly recommended. Don't forget to book.