Outstanding omakase, one of the best in the city, especially for the price ($125). We received four appetizers, creative and exquisitely presented, and then about 10 pieces of nigiri sushi of the highest quality. Chef Tony was friendly and invited feedback (we had only positive feedback for him).
The service was friendly but a bit slow, I think because there are not set seating times for the omakase. We were lucky to sit right in front of Chef Tony. If you sit further down the sushi bar, it could get awkward receiving the sushi as the chef has to hand it to you over the counter and you can't talk to him as easily. We would definitely return.