No other restaurant in the city looks quite like this one. Set over three floors, it's a warren of dining nooks, with every table getting its own fully-enclosed space (straw curtains divide one from the next).  The effect is marvelously romantic—your own space to cuddle, dim lighting, and a waiter who will only interrupt you when you ring the black buzzer on your table (a buzzer that only sounds in the kitchen, of course). The food is classic Japanese with one western quirk: the chef loves cheese. Many dishes have an added dollop of richness to them, with the addition of camembert, miso cream cheese, and other dairy treats.