I had an opportunity to try this restaurant while my Uncle and Aunt were in town from visiting my cousin. We wanted to have Japanese food and I was thinking where would be a good place to bring them and we walked by Ebisu from the hotel therey were staying at.
First entering we were greeted by a waiter and then brought to our table. The general ambiance of this place was pretty good, looked like a modern Japanese restaurant, and it had a good view of Robson and the rockies, which was a plus. We went during daylight but I can imagine that at night it will get more romantic.
As for the food, it was really good. The sashimi was really fresh and was cut in very large slices. The wasabi was freshly grated and it went really well with the fresh fish. We ordered the Broiled Hamachi, this was a very tasty dish, the sourness of the sauce went really well with the fish. The nabeyaki was just reasonable tasting like the nabeyaki at any Japanese restaurant, but very hearty and filling. The Unagi-don, was very tasty and was served in a heater stone bowl, which lead to a very good texture for the rice, having it chewy and crunchy at the same time.
Service was reasonably, though the servers could be a little more watchful in terms of filling of water and tea.
Value, the sashimi was definately worth the money put into the meal. Everything was reasonable but expect to pay about $15++ per person if you want to enjoy the food here.