A classic Japanese meeting place, where diners sit at sushi bars or tucked into discreet alcoves shielded by rice paper or curtains. For a long time Nami offered some of the freshest sushi in town - and it's still up there in the rankings. A 'sushi pizza' is an interesting - if disturbing - choice. For the purists, there's sashimi, makimono and sushi all present and correct. Tender teriyaki off the menu is perfectly matched by beautifully seasoned, grilled accompaniments from the robata bar.