It takes a little patience to fully appreciate the quaint charm of Inaho, with its blue wood, Japanese paintings, and hanging greenery. The service can sometimes be slow despite the petite size of the restaurant, but the seafood is of the highest quality and very fresh, with great nigiri and sashimi selections. Mackerel, Hamachi, and yellow tail are smart orders. Surprisingly, the California roll is worth a taste, filled with salmon, shrimp, avocado, cucumber, and mayo. Inaho also has meat and vegetarian dishes such as nasuden gako, or aubergine with miso toppings. A good tip is to order when you reserve your table, as the wait for sushi to be lovingly crafted can be long.
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