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It is without doubt the best Japanese establishment in town and with prices that preclude riff raff you can be sure of a very civilized lunch or dinner in the company of local worthies.

The décor is ‘Japanese’ and well maintained, the garden is pretty, you can choose between inside or outside but if you want the tepenyaki I think you need to be inside. The air conditioning is a blessing.

Their scallops are good and the tepenyaki is too. Sushi is fresh and there is a comprehensive selection.

I like cold saki and they have more than one choice. They don’t stock Japanese beer to which I am also partial, but Sol is an acceptable substitute.

Should you have a craving for Japanese food after all that fish ‘a la talla’ or are sick of enchiladas, it makes a welcome change.