Pairing sake with Spanish tapas is an intriguing concept indeed—and this is where you want to go for dining with a unique twist in a lively atmosphere. If you want to experience a wide variety of tastes, opt for the seasonal omakase. Served as a starter, the Canadian oyster with ponzu sauce is refreshing and whets the appetite. Another beautifully presented dish is the lightly seared red mullet; the seasoning of nuts makes this a pleasantly flavourful dish. A must-try from the à la carte menu is the cold capellini—sweet and briny, each mouthful is a treat with the textures of sakura ebi and sea urchin. There are plenty of wine options here, but for the complete pairing experience, opt for the sake.