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Omakase is a form of Japanese dining in which guests leave themselves in the hands of a chef and receive a meal which is seasonal, artistic and uses the finest ingredients available.

Omakase Dining Experience

Omakase, which translates to “respectfully leaving another to decide what is best” in Japanese, refers to a meticulously crafted dinner curated by a head sushi chef. There are countless reasons that make omakase a superior dining experience. Observing the head chef and his or her many years of training is a memorable spectacle in itself. The smooth knife skills, rice shaping, and the precise blow torch technique all contribute to a majestic cooking performance. The stories and recommendations that the chefs may share with you also add to the intimate dining experience.

Expression of Trust

The first and most important element of omakase sushi is the expression of trust. It’s not simply saying, “I don’t care what you give me.” Instead, it tells the chef that the customer trusts his judgment about the current state of the fish available to him, what he knows about the customer’s tastes and what would be the best courses to have at that particular moment. Walking into the sushi restaurant, the ambiance is light, soothing, and relaxing. The waiters and chefs are welcoming. While serving omakase, there’s no pressure to talk loudly or rush while eating.