I have been to several restaurants in Japan (normal, and with one and two Michelin stars) so I was quite excited to try this Swedish take on Japanese food.
We had the Kaiseki set with the drink set, but I requested to only get beer and sake, since Japanese beer and sake is quite difficult to get in Sweden.
There were a few really great dishes, like the spring miso soup, the spinach-onsen egg, and some of the sushi pieces. However, it feels like they could go further, incorporate more Swedish vegetables and perhaps reduce the amount of flavours (the sashimi dish included 6 or 7 different fish) to a more Japanese approach. The onsen egg and spinach dish was amazing with hana-katsuo but considering the amount of dishes, perhaps a little too large portion.
The sakes were great, and so were the beers from Hitachino. However, just like the food, too much. I didn't finish it all but ended up very drunk....
Even though I've brought up some negative aspects, all in all, vRå is a great way of getting a taste of Japan if you want to remember your last trip or try it for the first time. But it's not like in Japan.
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