At the city's self-touted first raw-fish restaurant, the cuts are always ocean-fresh, the cocktails fruity, and the presentations classic: think blue crab topped with avocado and tuna crowned by jalapeño and cilantro. Hot delicacies are reliable, such as duck breast cooked in honey or melt-on-the-tongue fried tempura that has an especially strong vegetable assortment. Dessert is not an afterthought, thanks to bread pudding with green tea mousse and other Japanese-inspired turns.
Oct 6, 2010
The menu selection, service and quality of the food was great. We had just the right amount of attention. The restaurant atmosphere is pretty simple, but if you've got good food and service, sometimes it doesn't matter. The location is rather north of Georgetown, a little out of the way for a tourist. But it was worth the drive.
May 27, 2007
menu is easy to navigate- clear and short with a good selection of prepared and raw dishes. service is prompt and polite - no hovering. restaurant is easy to miss if you aren't looking for it. atmosphere is comfortable - small but not cramped & tastfully decorated. most importantly, the food is delicious!