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I had had good sushi and sake here in the past, so I took a friend. We already had dinner and wanted a...
Deep in the bowels of the labyrinthine Miyako Mall--through a deserted mezzanine, up a short escalator, through an unmarked curtain door--this pocket-sized sushi spot might be known as one of the best in the city if anyone could find it. Ino is run by a husband and wife team (he prickly sushi master, she gracious hostess in traditional kimono), and is famous in sushi circles for its ambrosial ankimo (monkfish liver), known as "Japanese foie gras." Tips: Call ahead for reservations, order omasake (chef's choice), and be prepared to get the stinkeye from the chef for various imperceptible sushi etiquette infractions.
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