You'll need to look farther down the block than your GPS indicates to find this slightly secret haven. Make your way inside to discover a décor that's as subtle as the entrance, except for the flash of the binchotan with its bright flames taking center stage.
Gozu is a carnivore's mecca, paying homage to the cow with a Wagyu tasting. Only one cow is ordered at a time and great care is taken to respect the animal by highlighting all possible forms, but don't expect a simplistic parade of meats though. Albacore tataki arrives with tuna slices seared on one side, then finished counter-side with whiskey vinegar, Wagyu garum and kale "nori" for crunch. Toasted Koshihikari rice with garlic cream and Wagyu tea is yet another divine creation offered here.