The menu at this tapas-style Japanese pub can be a little overwhelming. There are multiple sections and pictures of the dishes, and you’re going to want to try almost everything. We like to get a few things from the sushi and sashimi side of the menu, along with a few different skewers, like the chicken yakitori and asparagus and bacon. This place is super reasonably priced, especially if you come with a few people willing to share everything. Though if you really just aren’t up to decisions, make things easy and go with a bowl of ramen.
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