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Googs | Feb 16, 201906:18 PM    

Tonight i dined alone.  Never did I feel uncomfortable. I felt like I was downtown watching all the diners enjoy spectacular dinners. From the first course of octopus salad. I love this dish because as a stand alone it is perfection.   Then they add the grilled octopus. Then the chirashi, beautifully plated with me in control of the wasabi rich for the denser seafood to none at all for the tuna, salmon, and scallop. For dessert, i decided to have the spicy shrimp and tuna roll, an item boring elsewhere, but an absolute delight a Nakamori. Do not hesitate to make the decision to make Nobu Nakamori's tiny corner of heaven a destination from your home to his.

Nakamori Japanese Restaurant
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