Wakagashira (Omakase)$100.00Santenmori (3 small appetizers), Sashimi, Nigiri (12 pcs)
Oyabun (Omakase)$140.00Santenmori (3 small appetizers), Sashimi, Grilled dish, Fried dish, Steamed dish, Nigiri (10 pcs), Ice cream
- Lisa WFirst Omakase in San Diego! (Had Omakase elsewhere before) We just didn’t think SD had any good ones until we researched and saw this new place. Reservations only, so call 1-2 weeks ahead. It’s like a private group dinner of only 10 people. And not open Sundays. At first we were a little skeptical, bc not to be obvious but it was not a Japanese chef like we normally see at a fancy Omakase, it was Chef TJ (American). We definitely underestimated his abilities, he definitely proved us wrong and he calls out the obvious to clear the air. The tasting course items were amazing! We did the Obayan. We started with a 3 mini appetizers (fish, oyster cocktail, and a fish pate), sashimi platter, wagyu beef skewers, fried lotus root, steamed egg, 10 nigiris and ice cream for about $130. We also ordered 2 16oz sakes, delicious. Everything was amazing!! Can’t stress that enough. The sashimi platter itself was totally worth every penny, and those nigiris too. Normally not a fan of uni, but he serv...
NatalieIncredible sushi! Very experienced chef, which makes all the difference. I would say, this restaurant now beats all the others in town (yes, even all the famous ones).
- Shirley OThis was my first omakase and the experience was excellent. Chef TJ and his team were kind and friendly. I appreciate the high quality food and service.