Fujisaki's modern Japanese fare is served up in an exquisite space that's all skylights, backlit marble and a stunning glass-fronted wine cellar. Don't get too distracted by the surrounds, though — the food here deserves your full attention. The open kitchen features both an impressive robata grill and a raw fish bar. From the grill, you'll want to try the octopus skewers with red chilli and guanciale, and the simple but delicious salted duck. If you're in the mood for a cheeky splurge, on the fish side of things there's no better option than sushi master Ryuichi Yoshii's omakase (reservation necessary). The sashimi and nigiri are so beautifully presented it's almost a shame to eat them. Dessert is a curious affair – options like the sweet wasabi and grilled corn ice cream in edamame husk may not appeal to fussier diners but are definitely worth a try. While the cocktail menu is a carefully curated list of twelve, the wine list is something to behold with over 300 options which are housed in a temperature-controlled room. There's also a hefty sake selection if you're so inclined.