Not our first time here over the years. It has a large menu and we often go with our young kids. Rolls aren’t cheap but also are not expensive. Food is good, some things could be done better. Appetizers were the worst of it. Edamame was fine, hard to screw that up. Chicken yakitori - seemed a tad undercooked and could be brined/marinated a bit more for more flavor. The charred bits on it were very charred though so maybe the flame needs to be lowered a bit and cooked a couple mins longer. The calamari was overcooked - too dry and meat was all brown and withered. Batter was too thick. The miso soup is also hard to screw up and it was fine. We ordered 7 maki rolls to share. Their size was big. Some better than others.
Gosh I could eat here everyday if I was a king. Every drink I’ve ordered, both alcoholic and virgin, have been so delicious. Ingredients are so fresh and full tasting. This is definitely my favorite restaurant in Seattle and I wish I could turn the clock back and have my partner and I’s first date here.
Although primarily a sushi restaurant, they also serve traditional Japanese cuisine, very authentic and very delicious. The cod and salmon are superb as are the salads. We also enjoyed the crisp calamari with avocado dip, something I've never had before but it worked.
Took my boyfriend to Wann for his birthday this past week. It was absolutely gorgeous restaurant with tasty food and great atmosphere. The hostess was so kind and easy to talk with. She was an absolute delight. Overall a wonderful dinner with good food and drinks