Immaculate, tiny, serene and sophisticated, chef Naka San's intimate Japantown establishment offers seating at just three tables and five coveted stools along his preparation counter. A hidden gem for discerning Japanese foodie enthusiasts, Kiss serves up homestyle Japanese cuisine from the chef Naka San's home island of Hokkaido, Japan's second largest island. The recommended Omakase menu for a very reasonable US$42 for four courses or US$60 for six courses is generously proportioned, and entrusts the chef to surprise and innovate along the way. Expect first a multi-textured salad of light and refined flavors, moving on to sushi or sashimi platters with remarkably fresh catches and likely finishing with a refined, warm soup and a simple fruit dessert. Attentive service and a superb sake list make this a fantastic choice for authentic Japanese dining in a relaxed, cosy atmosphere.