What most Americans fail to realize is that Japanese cuisine is more than simply ""sushi"". Kaygetsu does more than sushi. And what it does is spectacular, both in visual design and flavor. A recent birthday kaiseki menu consisted of several wonderful dishes, expertly prepared. For example, grilled Sawara amd Kampachi were tender, and served in a beautiful ceder wrap with fried potato and soba noodles. Another standout was the Saki zuke, a seafood salad with snapper, scallop, crisp vegetables and delectable mushrooms in a wonderful soy dressing. With superior and attentive service, Kaygetsu is an excellent addition to the Peninsula restaurant scene.
Pros: Food, Service, kaiseki menu