715's Seigo Tamura has sushi in his blood. The Osaka-born chef's grandfather owned a restaurant in their native Sakai City, where Tamura watched him hone his craft as a child. At this high-end Arts District sushi bar, Tamura and his younger brother offer an ever-changing 20-course menu of Edomae-style nigiri and kaiseki dishes, sourcing all seafood from Japan and dry-aging several types in-house. Clocking in at $300 before tax and tip, the omakase experience here doesn't come cheap, but the little details, like Tamura's blend of Hitomebore and Koshihikari rice, and 715's laidback atmosphere make for one of the city's best new high-end sushi meals.
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