Being Japanese from Japan, I always find myself not entirely satisfied with Japanese restaurants. Either the tempura's too soggy, or the portions are too large or too small. At Mugi, the dinners, (you can choose tempura, saba and others for the main dish) are perfect. They have your main dish, miso soup and rice, (a given), and an array of wonderful sides that I have yet to see at other restaurants such as: sweet sesame spinach, fried tofu, cucumbers in rice vinegar, pickles and to top your dinner off, a beautiful fruit, (oranges, strawberries or canteloupe) depending on the season. My favorites are the oranges, where the chef scoops out the orange and cuts the pieces beautifully and then places them back in the peel. The details such as the seasons that Mugi pays attention to are exactly what makes Japan beautiful. The sushi is like other restaurants, but if you want authentic food that Japanese people like, order a dinner, (particularly the tempura!) at Mugi and you'll receive a wonderful, filling meal while not having to empty out your wallet. The food takes a little longer to come, but it will be worth it.