The food is amazing no doubt, we've always loved their food, if you want to have authentic Japanese food, this is definitely the place to go. However, if you have a big party more than 6 people, I'll suggest you to go somewhere else. We had an weird almost unpleasant experience last week when we had 7 people party. First of all, the waitress messed up my order, the first mistake she made was she doesn't repeat everyone's order when we were placing order, and she insisted that I told her wrong order. Second, when we were checking out, she miscalculated one of our friends' changes, it was $10 different. Last which is also the most weird one, when she gave us bills, not only she just used post-it to write down each group's total amount without any listed item, but when we got our receipt back, she already hand written down every one's mandatory 18% gratitude, that made us feel really uncomfortable and disrespectful. It is a common sense that you should tip over 18% if you have a more than 6 people big party, she could have just address to us (even though we all already know this rule)but instead, she just wrote the tips by herself, especially we couldn't see the listed items on our receipt. I'll say the food is good but they need improve on their customer service.
I took my fiance to margaux's for their valentines day special, and it was amazing. we got a lot of complements from the staff on our dress attire, and they were friendly and helpful the whole time. my fiance is a picky eater, so the watress asked the chef to make her a special dish. he made it to her liking, and it was delicious. my meal was also excellent. expect a fine dining price. I paid about $100 after tips and tax for our meal, but the food, atmosphere, and service was excellent, and the experience we got for our valentine's day was worth it.
My favorite sushi restaurant in the Triangle area. The fish is always fresh, menu has something for everyone, service is just right, and the atmosphere suits many occasions (family dinner/group birthday/casual date night). I always order from the dinner set menu, which includes soup, salad, appetizer, tempura, sushi, and an entree (sashimi/steak/chicken). I dined in for lunch last month and discovered that they recently started serving ramen (which ended up being delicious). My only suggestion is that each dinner set should include a small dessert.