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The best table at Yamazato depends on the size of your party. Groups of two to six would probably be happiest in the bright and airy non-smoking section of the Shanghai restaurant, where each table is cordoned off by a layer of bamboo rods, which makes the experience more intimate. Paired with excellent, attentive service, it almost feels like you have a private room all to yourself. For a bigger group, it’s probably best to rent out one of Yamazato’s large private rooms in the back, which come decorated like a traditional Japanese room, filled with tatami and wood. If you’re a party of one, however, the best seat in the house is actually at Yamazato’s curvy sushi bar, where you can watch the incredibly professional chefs create amazing works of sushi and sashimi art.