Centrally located nearly opposite the movie theatre, Onami has a pared down look, and subdued lighting that plays on the dark walls. The service is incredibly efficient and welcoming, but discreet. The spirits menu is impressive with its many sakes, Japanese whiskies, and original cocktails, and the wine list is perfectly organized. The cut of the sashimi is incredibly precise, and the fish is ultra fresh. The Agedashi Doufou (soup with cubes of fried tofu)is comforting, the Inari (stuffed tofu) and the Gunkan (stuffed rice balls) are intriguing both in terms of their shape and the combinations offered: fried asparagus, avocado, radish, green onions, sesame, almonds, or raw salmon, salmon eggs, chile oil..The textures are very pleasant, the flavors are delicate, and the combinations work; the rolls are delicate, with a very discreet touch of chile or spicy mayonnaise, just enough to liven things up without overpowering. The crème brûlée with matcha tea gently finishes off a meal that lives up to its promises: lovely work, original associations, very accurate cuts, and just the right amount of flavors.