Yamazushi is a Japanese fine-dining restaurant serving a fixed-price eight-course traditional kaiseki to only six customers per evening. Kaiseki is a multi-course dinner that features a variety of small, artful dishes, prepared only with fresh, in-season ingredients. There is no menu. The dishes are served in a ceremonial fashion, providing a leisurely dining experience. The restaurant features handcrafted pottery made by the chef, George Yamazawa. The restaurant also offers Japanese teas prepared in the traditional Japanese ceremonial fashion, and a sake pairing created by a sake sommelier. Yamazushi has been named one of the best restaurants in the Triangle by local publications and Our State Magazine said, "You'll marvel at such jewels as chestnut rice with Japanese pickles, thinly sliced scallops fried with a crunchy rice cracker coating, or soft-shell crab with green tea salt." Reservations are required.