There are lots of famous restaurants on the way to the Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art. Sushi Z is one of them. It started off with the goal of trying to carry every kind of sushi from A-to-Z, and they completely broke free from the stereotypical style of Japanese restaurants and izakayas. Inspired by the New York style of sushi bars, it resembles more of a lounge than a restaurant. They are housed in an entire building that includes a sushi bar and teppanyaki bar where they cook the food on an iron griddle in front of you. The terrace area, which looks like a mini garden, takes you away from the hustle. Just sitting on the terrace will have you ready to sit back and have a few Heinekens. The elegant mood, fresh seafood and meat dishes make this a place a winwin for anyone.