Friends invited me here for dinner and told me to expect something special. I was not disappointed, though the location is not very impressive, and the place itself is a bit of a mismatch, like a small, simple bistro. They manage to surprise you with elaborate, imaginative and delicious fusion set menus. There is more to it than Japanese and French, more like a global project. Brazilian music was a good match too, as was the good local service.
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