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EN Japanese Brasserie flies a bit under the radar, which is a great thing because it means that it’s generally quiet and hushed. While the tall ceilings make the space feel much bigger than it actually is, the vibe is still warm and inviting. The traditional Japanese cuisine goes way beyond sushi (though the sashimi hardly disappoints) and offers great options for picky and adventurous eaters alike. There are two private rooms set up in traditional Japanese style without chairs; the intimate spaces only hold eight or nine people.

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