You may do a double-take when you reach 893 Ryōtei—yes, that graffiti-splattered, seemingly abandoned storefront with tinted glass is where you’ll be eating delicious Japanese food. While you can certainly focus on the sushi and sashimi, be sure to try the dishes that make use of influences outside of Japan, like the lomo and sashimi taquitos. It’s a trendy, high-end spot to celebrate a special occasion in a small group, but it’s also fun to sit at the counter with a date and watch the chefs slice thick pieces of fresh fish.
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