As a menu connoisseur, I can say this one is fascinating and promising and slightly infuriating.
Promising: the photos of goodies like crab and avocado salad are luscious, and the interior looks sublimely posh and soothing. Also promising: Kagero-style ribeye (grilled on a hot river stone) with Hennessey flambe and roast duck breast.
Sushi lovers will be pleased with two pages of sushi from serious to silly. Funsters will go for the hibachi entrees. FTW, hibachi is offered at lunch, too, among a generous lot of other options, averaging around $11 (skewed upward by several $14 and $15 bento boxes).
The last page, the Japanese menu in Japanese, is what I most want to know but Google translate is failing me because it's not a text file. Here's the translation via optical character recognition software.
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D.... oh the
We Tobago Yu Ci ■ A <■ oh oh
4 ..:.. H. Hee
7. | tei i 7} d + | .. Wa | a | three
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1. ■. Na | three oh ■ 7 ■ ■ r
We ‥ 1 ij: J Yoo Ã Ci \ Yu Mao | 7-chome
Hua Yi ijfj child will fl i. 6. three
. + · `T .. friendship. three
5 d # ↓ Mt things come Pot # 5 ■ 7
1Bffi.. Ft Z b
Good to be prepared for ordering when in a new place.
Rounding out the offerings are ... bulgogi and bibimbap. I'll put on a helmet to dodge the flying crockery, but I'm going to put this out there: I think Nashville is fully accomodated in the bibimbap department, though more bulgogi is welcome.
There's the early report: if you go, report back to Bites.