The standout dish at Belfast's finest Japanese restaurant is the rare (and expensive) Chilean sea bass, also known as the Patagonian toothfish, served tender on a hot plate with spring onion, ginger and chilis. Choose between wooden booths, or, if you're prepared to hunker down on the floor Japanese-style, the traditional dining area. Handpick your meal at the downstairs sushi bar, or opt for a discreet table for two under the serene gaze of (reputedly) Ireland's largest
Buddha. Finish with a Japanese malt whiskey: Nikka Black is smoky and mellow and will round off the perfect dinner. For a very late lunch (6–7.30 pm) Geisha Fridays are fun; guests receive a complimentary bottle of Asahi beer or glass of house wine with their meal.