The entry to Keyaki takes diners through a zen-like garden, with a short stroll through lush greenery that effectively inspires one to slow down in anticipation of a languid meal within this oasis of calm. The seasonal omakase kaiseki is an elegant nine-course journey through the season’s best produce—standouts include the fresh sashimi platter, as well as the course of tender beef slices served atop eggplant tempura. The ten teppanyaki prix fixe set, on the other hand, is heartier and impressive, especially the grilled lobster and grilled wagyu sirloin. Every course is timed perfectly, with just enough space in between courses for conversation and a little more sake. There is a good selection of international wines and sake, and the waitstaff make excellent recommendations.