Hashida Garo

Acclaimed and highly coveted sushi chef Kenjiro “Hatch” Hashida opens a more creative Japanese eatery two floors up of hush-hush fine dining sushi restaurant Hashida Sushi. This time, he’s focusing on a more interactive experience with touches of visual art. The space, decked out in tatami mats and counter seats, is also an area where emerging artists can come to showcase their works. 

On the menu are items like Western cakes (no doubt made the Japanese way) paired with Japanese teas, as well as a Japanese-style brunch. For those looking for bites, the restaurant also has a sake selection that are paired with otsumami, or Japanese small plates. There’s also a small retail section, just in case you want to take any Japanese goodies home.