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Even fans of Philip Yang’s restaurants (Sasa in Walnut Creek, Blue Gingko in Lafayette and Danville) will be wowed by the sleek plates and dramatic design on display at this new Dublin hot spot. The menu of Japanese small plates showcases five categories, graduating from light (we loved the citrusy sweet scallops) to substantial (get the skewers of pork belly and enoki mushroom wrapped in bacon). The chef’s adventurous sashimi plate—which included precious monkfish liver and halibut fin on our visit—was stunning and delicious. The space is also fresh and dazzling, weaving rustic and refined elements around a central cocktail lounge and a discrete sushi bar. The small plates are designed for a drink, so pair up, and dive in. Lunch and dinner daily.
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