“Forget about the cooked food,” say some reviewers about this Japanese restaurant that occupies the old Tocqueville space. What they mean is that the sushi is so good at Masato Shimizu’s restaurant that you should reserve a seat at the small counter and let the maestro do his thing. That would mean “an amazing assortment of fish (Shimuzu’s menu list 46 different varieties),” along with traditionally styled rolls. But if insist on something warm, dishes like sea urchin and lobster risotto with onion, pickled wasabi leaf and chive; foie gras “Chawan-Mushi” with mushroom black truffle and amber sauce; and cherry-wood-smoked duck with shitake mushrooms and Satsuma yams should suffice. Reviewers also commented about “the excellent, Western-style service,” clearly a result of having the same ownership as the aforementioned Tocqueville.