That night, we went for some Japanese food. There's a place that our hosts frequent so we all went there looking for some fresh sushi and other delights. The restaurant is located right off the street and down a small ramp. The room is kind of small so you'd definitely want to come with a small group or make reservations.
We started off the night with some free edamame that's served when we sat down. It was nicely boiled and then salted. It was good and fresh. I enjoyed them.
Once we all arrived and sat down, the ordering began. To start off light, we had some Japanese tomatoes. They were sweet and very ripe. Their natural flavors went well with the salty soy sauce. This was surprisingly good and yet so simple.
58/62 D'Aguilar Street