The tempura bar is amazing for a quiet business lunch. It seems that you just have to know about it, as it's not mentioned on their website, and it's tucked away in a corner of the restaurant. The tempura chef keeps it coming in a well-paced stream of eggplant, shrimp, pumpkin, scallop, whitefish, sweet onion, etc. This definitely isn't one of those places where you get two wimpy pieces of tempura on top of a mound of rice. I was quite pleasantly full at the end of the meal, on just tempura. I've already decided to go back, and tell my friends.
Pros: quiet, easy parking, unique
Cons: somewhat pricey