Yui elevates sushi into a fine-dining experience with spectacular results—and it's worth every penny. Chef Gen Mizoguchi, who refined his craft at the similarly awesome Kabuto, treats his creations like a work-of-art, presenting omakase packages that range from $120 to $270 per person. The environment is no-frills and seating is limited, but that's part of the charm. The focus is strictly on ingredients, ranging from fresh seafood flown in daily from Japan to lightly grilled A5 Miyazaki Wagyu. Nothing is buried in sauces or heavy seasonings—it's all about sourcing, preparation, and natural textures. If you just want to stop by for a few bites, look for Tsuya Sake Lounge, a speakeasy-style bar behind the host stand with a more casual menu.
How to book: Request a reservation on the restaurant's website.