Was very surprised to find out after dining there that this place has a one hat rating. Perhaps I am rating this establishment too low as we had not tried any of its speciality dishes. We had been looking for a Japanese restaurant (though not a Sushi train) to satisfy a craving for sashimi and fell upon Sake by accident. My disappointment was that the 18 pieces on the sashimi platter were rather small with the tiniest amount of pickled ginger. Even a second platter would not have satisfied my craving. So instead I had a dish of chicken Karaage which was tasty. The service was prompt and efficient. There is a nice open bench seating area overlooking the river which may be a suitable alternative to a table seating.
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