Kiriko is one of these hard to find places that you'll always keep in your book if you're a true sushi lover. This place is far away from all these standard bland americanized roll shops. We went ""oma kase"" four times there already, and everytime, the chef had us try something different, and progressively going from the easy to the more occult japanese dishes. I'm not a big fan of the sea cucumber or the baby eels, but I'm glad he had me try them, as I would never have thought about ordering any of these. They also have a lot of delightful fish that are not on the menu, so, just sit at the bar and have a chat with the chef, he will be delighted to guide you through the delightful wonders hidden behind his counter. Oh, and.... you HAVE to try their house smoked salmon !
Pros: gorgeous food, friendly service, true sushi
Cons: a little pricey