Dazzling Japanese fare, a vast selection of sake (more than 125, including three private labels), and splendid, urbane environs have contributed to the popularity of this spot modeled after Tokyo's Shibuya district. Skip the smoky teppanyaki station, reserve a regular table or choose a seat at the sushi bar, and opt for the sushi, sashimi, and salads. The Shibuya roll (soft-shell crab, spicy albacore and ponzu) is brilliant, while great carnivorous dishes include Wagyu
skirt steak with shiitake and black pepper terikayi sauce; slow-cooked pork belly with jicama ceviche; and Wagyu short rib with foie gras. Try the tiramisu, with extra-creamy kinako ice cream and honey-like kuromitsu syrup, for dessert. Shibuya also offers sushi and sashimi dinners and omikase tasting menus.