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Perch at the downstairs counter to get the best out of this fashionable Japanese joint. The vibe and decor are more 21st century than Medici, with a contoured wooden ceiling sculpture and lots of glass. Grab the dishes as they spin around the bar on a conveyor belt; the sashimi, tempura, and nigiri are authentically flavored and prepped right in front of you. The set lunch of six sushi plates for 15€, including green tea, is a steal. No reservations at the sushi bar, but Kome’s Japanese BBQ dining room does accept reservations.