The decor of the place is fusion of Japanese and something from the 70's in Britain. Somewhat plastic-like but very comfortable and stylish in a Japanese minimalist way.
The food we had took some time to prepare but was worth the wait. For starters we had misoshiro soup, a delicious savory soup. The main course was teryaki salmon, not the most common combination, but worked beautifully with the vegetables, rice with some vinegar taste, fresh orange, sprouts and a kind of seaweed. It was truly a wonderful dish. The dessert was green tea ice-cream with mango, whipped cream and grenade apple seeds to top it off. The weakest link of the meal, if still very good. The portions were very aesthetic and filling, I could not finish the main course and neither could my date.
The service was fine, but not excellent. Their green tea was way too strong and bitter.
The price range is noticeably higher than the common restaurant in Wroclaw but also offers comparatively higher quality food.
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