We started with Onion Soup a la Japonese, which was flavoursome, though I did much prefer the miso soup at Sake no Hana.
We couldn’t resist ordering a side dish of Prawn tempura, which were frankly exquisite. Beautiful, light batter wrapped around a plump prawn: perfection.
And then before our very eyes, the lights were dimmed and this happened…
It was quite a sight to behold!
Our lovely chef plated our dishes up and said goodbye and left us to enjoy our meal. The service really was phenomenal, our waiter never let our wine glasses empty and noting that I was snapping away, our chef made sure to warn me before anything fiery was going to happen!
Who am I to say no to a sweet? Upon seeing that our menu included chocolate ice cream I was very happy as it’ one of my favourites – I know, I’m a kid at heart.
The restaurant was fantastic and the experience was even better, but I’m not convinced that it was a great set menu. Having said that, it served its purpose for me as I wanted to try the restaurant before parting with a lot of money for the experience. I’ll definitely be back, and I know a certain other-half who would really enjoy coming with me!
It’s always nice being able to taken in your surroundings at the bar of a restaurant. I loved the atmosphere and the interior design; in fact, it’s another restaurant on my never ending list that I want to visit.