Their specialities are fugu and suppon (turtle) ryori. I have to say that neither of those really attract me, but if you're feeling a bit adventurous you may enjoy it. Overall I'd be very happy to go back to Mother's, especially as you can walk out after a delicious meal without the feeling of not overdoing it - which is really important when you eat out a lot and are thinking of your health.
The front area really looks like kind of a bar, but there are more classic tables further back inside.
Otooshi of green tofu with ikura.
That's some light fitting (needed a bit of a dust though)
Excellent bagna cauda -veges were superb and came with delicious dipping sauces of mayo, miso and gochujang
This looks like a fairly ordinary potato bake with ham and cheese, but it was divine. The potatoes were really fresh.
From left to right, scallop with chilli, a dish of all the scallop "bits" in butter, chopped onion. All went on the gas brazier.
Octopus with chilli
Katsu of tuna - makes for a bit of a change from the usual pork. I'm not sure if I'd order that one again. As my dining partner opined, if you have good quality tuna you should eat it as sashimi.
Cold noodles to finish