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We tried the out short tasting menu at Inua. I had not read any reviews beforehand and had not eaten at Noma previously so had no expectations of the meal.
The restaurant is located in a quiet area of Chiyoda in a newly renovated two...More
is the title of a fantastic Ian Dury song that reflects perfectly our visit at Inua. a spontaneous warm welcome, an inviting soothing interior, a lovely and enthusiastic service, extraordinary foodexperience and a wonderful winepairing with a sake on sherrybarrels that i will never forget....More
My wife and I ate here in November 2018. The experience was thoroughly satisfying. Each dish was a revelation, created from locally sourced, choice ingredients and put together to obtain taste profiles we agreed we had never experienced before. The emphasis on taste, and, to...More
Can i start by saying that i was so moved and captiavted by my experince at Inua that i have joined Tripadvisor JUST to leave this review. I like many others read reviews and determine where to go based ultimately on the words and experiences...More
New taste experiences that exceed expectations!
Wonderful fusion of Japanese and Nordic; building on Noma; Inua provides a literal and wonderful taste journey of the ‘life force of (Japanese) nature.
Chef Frebel should be congratulated on this progressive fusion cuisine which takes dining to a...More
The start with reservation experience was...bad, then looking for an entrance was too hard to find, but it was worth it at the end. All dishes were extremely original with lots of fun searching for flavors since not only your eyes, but whole body was...More
INUA was a lovely experience from the moment we stepped inside to the time we left. We were greeted by the hostess who took a Polaroid photo of us with the entry sign and then escorted into the dining area where the entire kitchen and...More
Based on recommendations of previous dinners we ventured over to the new Inua in Chiyoda. The setting is nice but nothing extravagant or outstanding. Nice tableware and cutlery. Great attention to detail. The food however became tedious after the 6th course. Everything was too contrived....More
Having dined at Noma in both Copenhagen and Mexico in the recent past, I was very eager to see how Inua adapted the concept to Japanese ingredients and planned a Tokyo trip around a reservation.
The overall experience was both memorable, unique, and delicious, but...More
Date of visit: July 2018
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Yotsuya / Iidabashi
Yotsuya and Iidabashi are areas that developed around the outer moat of the Imperial palace. Nearby in Kagurazaka, there is an old red-light district with a photogenic feel evocative of the ambiance of old Tokyo. Narrow paths with stone paving remain to this day, and there are long-standing restaurants with geishas and quaint old cafes in townhouse buildings.