When you’ve been with your other half for quite some time you don’t necessarily want to be sat gazing lovingly into each others eyes every time you go out for dinner. Which is why Sumire made a very refreshing change to said gazing and mundane chit chat. We headed straight to the back of the restaurant – a bee-line for the teppenyaki. Seated in typical teppenyaki configuration (think horse-shoe with chef in the middle) we set our eyes on the menu and start to reel off our order to our dedicated chef.
This guy has gymnasts for hands. Nimble, pacey, nifty, agile things, working the food like a gymnast on the bars. There’s two key features of Sumire; high-grade food, and high-grade chefs. Bring the two together and you have 2 hours of fascinating culinary theatre. We also offered off-piste items like sushi and sashimi which were divine. 1 bottle of wine later and we have a bill for about 200USD. OK so I nearly fell off my chair (glass in hand), but it was worth it and I’ll be going back again – probably don’t need all 13 items that we ordered next time though
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