Kushiage (skewers battered with breadcrumbs) seems to be their speciality -- there's a big list of items.
My favourite of the kushiage items was the prawn with shiso, fried just right , the texture of the prawn firm but ripping tender. Lovely flavour from the shiso.
Other kushiage items were good to very good but not as exceptional:
Shishamo (smelt) - moist on the inside, and very tasty, although a notch down from the roe-filled ones at Kikuchi (will post about it soon) but also a much more inexpensive.
Asparagus was fairly crisp.
Stuffed lotus roots actually quite good -- a nice sharp crunch from the lotus root.
Yakitori was ok, fairly tender, decent sauce, and skillfully and evenly rewarmed in a microwave, but as a result lacks the tiny charry bits from the grill.
Broil salmon belly/ sake haratsu, was very good. Lush salmon flavour, fatty and full.
A solid umeshiso maki, quality of the rice was basic, the grains neither too mushy nor too individualized.
Beef teriyaki is a solid dish (rice, salad) with a good cut of beef, but is more of a homey rendition.
Sweet service and solid cooking. Will probably give other dishes a shot when the opportunity arises. Tempura looked nice, and they are caareful enough to use a different oil from the kushiage.