Solid (and expensive) Japanese spot that focuses on sukiyaki, the nabemono style of simmering beef in a pot of broth at the table along with vegetables and tofu. They know their beef here, with selections of Wagyu and Kobe ranging in price from moderate to super expensive. They also dole out fresh, raw seafood, platters of giant sea urchin in the shell, scampi, o-toro and more. Raw horse sashimi sounds weird but it's a good call, as is the sweet soy-glazed kinki (Japanese thornyhead).
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