Wow, what a find this place was! I would eat here again in a second.
Quick note - we were late calling for reservations, so sat at the Japanese bar, near the kitchen, not in the main resto.
So I guess it's always a three course tasting menu, so a little hard to comment and compare meals.
We had three courses of four dishes, each of which is a mouthful or two. It is very much enough, and you do not feel like you're making a pig of yourself.
1. Portobello mushrooms with porcini salsa(?) and some kind of soy sauce. This was fantastic, such a nice mix of flavours esp the umami from the porcini sauce.
2. Smoked eel on some kind of hard cracker, with cream cheese and another soy based thicker sauce. Also excellent.
3.Alaskan (or atlantic, can't remember) salmon sashimi with a beetroot sauce. Very nice also.
4. Oyster via grapefruit/passionfruit ceviche. Yum, although I'm not the biggest fan of grapefruit.
1. Coral fish fricandelle. Can't remember the sauce. Delicious
2. Scallop on peruvian potato puree, with a chipotle sauce. I think this was my favourite.
3. Thin chicken breast strips with ruccola. It was good, but the most ordinary dish of the meal
4. Fried seabass with another soy based, thicker sauce. Really, really nice.
1. Cassava fries, with mayonnaise mixed with small red roe (don't know which fish) and fresh lime. Amazing sauce.
2. Black Angus beef with some kind of salsa.
3. Lamb cutlet, with an almond/salsa paste/sauce, and a piece of beet.
The last course was the most ordinary, but only because the first 2 course were so utterly fantastic.
This was one of the best meals I've ever had. The chefs are flexible, and very responsive to customer requests (ie. no dairy, no scallops, vegetarian etc.)
It was very reasonably priced as well, at about 35 euros for the tasting menu. With a bottle of wine and dessert it was about 130 euros for two.
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