Had the three course menu with the accompanying sake choices and I can honestly say that it was a revelation. The food is quite specific - you'll either love it or hate it - but I thought it was pretty amazing. Never knew that sake could taste like that (my guess is that the Japanese keep all the best sake for themselves!) and after a lifetime of having been told that sake was supposed to be heated I now discover that this is only to 'cover up' the poorer quality sake. An education and a must if you like fine food with an original (some might say visionary) twist. The only reason it doesn't get five stars is because of the room, which is very noisy and which makes it difficult to hear what one's companion might be saying. Otherwise...do not miss it.
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