We did not make a reservation, but it proved to be no problem after 20:00 because some guests left when we entered. Sitting in the long bar, looking at the kitchen, there are chefs everywhere. Very fast service, very fresh fish. Like to use fish soup.
The interior decoration feels like a Japanese style izakaya. But things taste really good. Love their tempura and recommend their seafood. The cooking methods are simple but keep the original taste.
A place with good environment and taste, a place worth visiting!
Opened on the food street near Kushida Shrine, an izakaya popular with locals. It specializes in all kinds of seafood, from sashimi to grilled, seafood tempura, seafood soup, etc. There was still a lot of people when I went to 9 o'clock in the evening, it was so lively. Upon entering, there is a long counter seat, and inside is a Japanese-style tatami dining area. Do your homework and order various sashimi, mackerel sashimi, live octopus sashimi, etc. Amazing live octopus sashimi, the cut sashimi is crystal clear, and the entrance is fresh and chewy. The octopus on a small dish next to it was still twisting, dipped in soy sauce, like eating the sea. I didn't enjoy it and decided to have another platter with a little bit of everything. Sea bream sashimi, small abalone, octopus sashimi, sea old sashimi (peony shrimp) plus fat intermediate tuna sashimi, freshly ground wasabi, full of seafood. The pink marlin sashimi is as tender as a newborn baby, and the fleshy fat slips down the throat. I added another serving of grilled cod, the meat is slightly sweet and the crunchy rind is grilled, and it goes very well with wine. After a while, a full glass of draft beer will bottom out. At the end of the checkout, I found that the bill was much cheaper than expected.
Japanese-style izakaya, the taste is generally medium to high.