Went to Nanami after discovering another sushi place was closed, and I was happy they were. We walked in after 9pm on a Sunday and the place was pretty empty. We were greeted by the whole staff as we walked in and took a seat at the Sushi bar.
Executive Chef Jason welcomed us and treated us to a complimentary appetizer of some rare Japanese fish that had arrived over the weekend. We placed our order and asked for a few suggestions after we gobbled our first order down. Jason explained some of the rarer fish that he served us, and discussed his personal mission for his restaurant. It was a pleasure to talk to him, and everything he suggested not only tasted delectable, but was also presented beautifully.
The prices were moderate, and comparable to a lot of other sushi places around town — the difference was the quality and presentation. Think Uchi but with a less stuffy atmosphere and half the price.
Also treat yourself to some Pineapple Saki. It goes well with just about everything they serve.