Difficult to add much or different on my predecessors reviews....nonetheless, first of all the noticeably difference in food style; it is a kaiseki and not a sushi restaurant. And that makes a world of difference. Menu is fixed by the Chef and no diversion from it. It is a succession of 6 small portion of dishes: but you won't be hungry when you leave. The dishes are cooked -or not- but always made of utmost ingredients quality. Freshest of the freshest. Sashimi, tempura, shellfish, soup, rice, dessert. You get it all. But all the best in the most inspiring and refined way.
Service is exquisite amidst half a dozen tables. Charming setting. A bit expensive but if you can afford it, do NOT miss such an opportunity to get acquainted with most amateurs famed kaiseki japanese cooking. Do not.
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