In terms of price, Anjo isn’t the lowest of lows nor is it the highest of highs. It’s a nice and modern place where you can spend $150 tops for a fantastic meal. The chef here is younger, but his skills are just as good as some of the veterans out there. Our move is to start off with a glass of champagne at the counter while the chef prepares the omakase, then work your way through the sushi alongside a sampler of a few of the chef’s recommended sakes.
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