Very nice place and service was excellent. We were there for Brunch, food was very good. I will go back again.
There was hair in the sushi I ordered
Don't go on Wednesday with your Groupon....Wednesdays are Happy Hour all day
Can't use Groupon with small plates on Wednesday during happy hour
Duck fried rice was awesome. Although the food came out somewhat cold (steak as well).
The day I went the restaurant was freezing. Apparently the heater wasn't working. We were one of 2 tables occupied in the place and had we been told before ordering we may have gone elsewhere. The waitress was so cold that she had goosebumps all over her body and kept complaining about the lack of heat and the fact that she was not allowed to wear pants. We were cold too and there were no discounts offered. Additionally, I was not impressed with the food and it definitely was not worth the price. The menu seemed amazing but the edamame was covered in a pound of butter...(not needed) and the sushi rolls were limited. The ones we ordered while edible were, not very fresh.
They claim that it is a tapas style restaurant, and we were instructed 2-3 plates per person. We got 3 plates to start and shared between the two of us and were full by the time we were done, so didn't end up ordering more. In comparison to traditional Spanish tapas, the portions were larger, but not the size of a full meal on their own. Overall, its a quaint restaurant with unique food!
Groupon is a good value because menu is a bit pricey.
From Our Editors
In Japan, many people end their workday with a stop at an izakaya, a bar where the happy-hour crowd can grab a stool and order some sake and perhaps even a steaming bowl of ramen. In that spirit, Izakaya has developed strong cocktail and food menus, each of which is rooted in Japanese preparations but integrates international flavors as well. For instance, the cocktail list has 10 kinds of sake and cocktails such as lychee mojitos, but also includes sangria and several varietals of wine. The food menu is mostly small plates, with hot servings of miso soup and tempura prawns or cold plates of oysters and sashimi. And despite its inspirations, Izakaya invites guests to linger beyond just an after-work drink—they often host special events such as sushi-making lessons, sake pairings, and sommelier-led wine tastings.