The food was delicious. We could have been eating in Toyko. My husband had yakisoba noodles with meat and veggies - it was enough for four people! I had Tempura. It was crispy and beautifully presented. The miso soup was great. I'd read about the "jello" and was pleased to taste the coffee gelatin laced with a milky topping. We could have had something similar in lots of Japanese cities. My only disappointment was the lack of tea. The table was set with lovely tea cups but tea was never offered. Strange!
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