Tucked away in a tiny street of Gion, this little gem of a restaurant sits unconspicuously, with private rooms overlooking a beautiful little garden. We had a 12 or so course Kazeiki dinner, which was a real feast. The beauty of the presentation (every dish was a small piece of art in its own right), the delicate scents, the freshness of the ingredients, the unassuming kindness and attention of the staff, and of course the heavenly complexity and subtility of the flavours, all contributed to making it an amazing experience. It is expensive, and, when one starts to imagine the amount of work behind every single dish, it is quite a fair price, and in my opinion really well worth it.
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