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The Plate • Fresh ingredients, carefully prepared: a good meal
50 - 75 USD
A Japanese restaurant divided in two: you can perch at the counter and watch the sushi chefs in action, or you can go next door and sit at a table in a slickly run, narrow room decked out in earthy tones. Either way, you'll be well looked after by an attentive team. The menu is also divided-between sushi and sashimi from the bar, and hot dishes from the kitchen. There is an impressive selection of the former, with the sashimi being particularly worthy. The hot dishes range from the traditional to the more innovative and adapted. Avoid the over-generously battered tempura and go instead for the soba noodles, made in house and served with a choice of topping such as uni or ikura, or the rich squid ink risotto with cuttlefish.
- Notable sake list
- Wheelchair accessible