Located in a street with a high concentration of restaurants, ONAMI offers a somewhat dark, Asian atmosphere, with a slightly outdated but still welcoming, friendly setting. We are surprised by the impressive wine menu, and the varied selection of sake with something for every budget. The menu is extensive and designed to please a wide range of tastes. It is a good blend of basic Japanese dishes, and a few more creative ones with an “Onamian” touch. The Boterga Soba, an unlikely Asian twist on the Italian version of pasta works very well with excellent quality soba, the right amount of Ikuba so that the flavor of the fish is not overpowering. The dish is delicately flavored and perfectly balanced. Another lovely surprise is the Maguro Yukke, a sophisticated tuna tartar, with just the right amount of soy sauce to add the desired unami without masking the flavors of the egg and the fish, and a hint of spring type onions to subtly balance the richness of the dish. And of course, let yourself be tempted by the wide range of Nigiri and Sashimi: the fish is very fresh, the vinegar rice is excellent, and we highly recommend it, especially in a city with a limited choice of high quality sushi.