Affiliated with the legendary, tastefully decorated and perfectly maintained Norman hotel, Dinings offers refined Japanese cuisine in perfect harmony with its understated elegant setting. The fish sashimi is presented on four porcelain spoons, inviting you to savor the fish with just the right amount of sauce while putting all the elements in your mouth at once. It is incredibly fresh and the sauces made from yuzu and garlic, and yuzu and ginger soy are very balanced. The salmon tataki rolls are coated in miso sauce and wrapped in watercress, giving them a fresh, crispy edge, without being overwhelming. The nigiri are served in sets of 4: salmon zuke with a drop of onion and soy jam, raw salmon, seared salmon belly with jalapeno salsa, and sea bass. No overpowering or fussy sauces all of which added an interesting angle and taste to the fish complimenting it well with a very subtle rice. For dessert we had the deconstructed yuzu cheese cake, which is very pleasant, not overly sweet, and obviously freshly prepared. The entire meal is extremely refined while giving the appearance of simplicity. The ingredients are magnified without excessive preparation. The presentation is very graphic and elegant with incredibly accurate flavors. The main element is always in control. This is a very nice place.