At Edomae the Japanese chef decides what you eat. That is, if you' re lucky enough to get a seat as there are only eight available per Omakase (two sessions per evening, three on Saturdays), as the dinner performance is called. The chef prepares more than a dozen small courses (mainly small bites of raw fish, mussels and other seafood) right in front of you at the bar, explains what he prepared and then, most importantly, how to eat it. For newbies like us it was news that you actually turn these nigiri creations upside down when eating them, so the flavours of the fish and toppings like blossoms, sesame or Japanese pepper land on your tongue first and not the rice. It's a remarkable and different experience, as all of the compositions created fascinating flavours that were simply outstanding. The experience is definitely recommended, and not just for sushi lovers. A menu including miso soup, dessert and coffee is 105Sfr. Despite several seating per evening there is no rush, as you can enjoy dessert and coffe as long as you want in the lounge area.