Thursday, January 3, 2008
I was lucky enough to join some sushi expert friends for omakase at Sebo on a weeknight. We arrived for the first seating of the night so it was relatively quiet, only three or four parties in the house. The first thing that struck me was the very warm decor of the place, lots of cherry wood paneling and low lighting. A comfortable place for a long relaxed meal with friends. Sitting at the bar, we started with some sashimi before moving on to some interesting nigiri. The quality and variety of the fish was excellent as was the Japanese sushi chef. He was very friendly, carefully describing each piece and tailoring the meal to impress us. We will definitely return.
Hayes at Octavia