We decided to go here for our wedding anniversary as we wanted a Japanese treat. The fitout is understated yet comforting. The service was extremely good too.
One thing we loved was taking part in was a Sake Flight, which was a selection of 5-6 small-batch rare and antique sakes. All very different, some were exquisite, and perfectly suited the food. It has however been taken off the menu, which is sad, because it was a great opportunity to become a little more educated about fine sake.
We had the $120 degustation, and all the dishes were very beautiful. We especially loved the sashimi, which came in carved ice globes.
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