Asian: Showcasing a style of cooking known as Sanpi Ryoryon (creative Japanese cooking), this venue utilizes local and locally sourced ingredients and applies Japanese tastes to each dish. While some items do come from Japan, they try to get most of their ingredients from the United States. In Japanese, Sakedokoro means 'place of sake' and makoto translates to 'harmony.' While the menu can change daily and seasonally, they do serve a pre fixe menu for dinner and a la carte for lunch. If you plan to walk in to grab a table, you will be out of luck. They only take customers on a reservation basis. METRO: Farragut North to the D6 bus.
Sushi, Japanese: Aficionados of fine Japanese food precisely presented in a delicate, multicourse fashion deem this place superb. Fresh sushi and sashimi display visual and culinary artistry, qualities that extend to the rest of the menu. Impeccably fresh ingredients ensure that noodles, beef, salmon and the chef's daily innovations are deserving of the praise they garner. In fact, the variety of tastes leaves the palate satisfied but not overwhelmed. And for an aperitif, their cold sakes come highly recommended. Dress is business casual, but make sure to wear socks because diners must don slippers at the door.
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