Just about everyone raves about Uchi, so I decided to give it a try. While it is generally a sushi restaurant, it does take a modernist approach to the menu. Plus, they offer a tasting menu. I secured a reservation through OpenTable.com for an early evening seat at the sushi counter.
Soon after being seated, I was offered a small starting taste of compressed apple with hibiscus.
Despite the range of the wine selection, I opted out of any alcohol and decided just to have the Dragonwell oolong tea with dinner.
You can order a la carte from the menu or just order a series of sushi and sashimi selections from their listings. I opted for the tasting menu. With no printed listing, I would be going with whatever they decided to serve and how much. I just knew the number of courses that would be served.
They started me off with 4 small oysters. These were served with Japanese celery and micro sorrel.
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