The city's most popular sushi bar ("nama" means "fresh and raw" in Japanese) has garnered good reviews for its minimalist, aquatic-inspired interior, and half-sushi, half-noodles menu. The fish comes fresh from the market nearby, and there are daily happy-hour sushi specials. The sashimi moriawase (assortment), the rack of lamb, and the chocolate fondant dessert are delicious. The café/bar is perfect for an afternoon coffee break or a late lunch: the restaurant
opens at 2 pm on Sunday and at 3 pm the rest of the week.
Feb 19, 2006
My son and I ate there twice in one day. The first for a snack - when we were treated to a taste of whale and sushi"italian" style along with what we had ordered, tuna and whitefish. Came back later for dinner everything was so good.