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My wife and I enjoyed the ambience as much as the superbly presented food. We were shown to a private room when we arrived and did not see any other people throughout our meal except for our good-humoured server. We knew there were other people lunching there as an occasional peal of laughter or murmur of voices would float across to us, but such is the discreet and harmonious layout of the premises that one feels cocooned in blissful and contemplative solitude.
The only reason I rate Kanga-an 9 out of 10 is that the tempura was soggy and not crisp when it was served. Everything else was perfect which made this lapse even more jarring.
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