After a while driving in our tuk tuk up and down the road we eventually found the restaurant - a were very impressed by the atmosphere and look of the place. It wasn't very busy (we ate quite early) but as we were a small group we ate inside.
The service was very polite and knowledgeable, and the food was great. We ordered the ribs (worth $10 if not more), pumpkin gyzoa, miso soup, chargrilled sweetcorn, aubergine, yumi rolls, and chicken katsu (a special). It was all lovely despite the relatively high price of the restaurant - it was worth it. Water was free all evening and frequently topped up.
There was very little wrong with this place! Desserts equally as good - chocolate pudding and banoffee pie.
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