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There’s a variety of Asian ingredients imaginatively combined in tapas-like portions and noodle dishes ideal for sharing.
Try a light and fluffy steamed bun filled with an umami mixture of pickled shiitake mushrooms, cucumber and hoisin sauce. Else go for the crisp and unctuous sashimi tacos filled with trout ceviche, tangy lemon pickle and sharp wasabi. The crispy fried wings of Tabasaki chicken with miso mayonnaise is also worth ordering. Offset it with a crisp, fresh pile of Thai tangled salad.
The hibiscus pana cotta with fresh strawberries and pomegranate compote on the four-item sweet menu is delicately flavoured and the perfect consistency. If you need a safe return to Western tradition, sign off with the magnificent Lindt chocolate mousse.
Sake, soju, Japanese plum wine and kombucha rub shoulders with a cosmopolitan range of beers and a limited but classy collection of wines, as well as refreshing and delicious cordial spritzers such as lime and coriander.
Peppy and knowledgeable – they’ll warn you if something may be too hot and advise on portions and combinations.
Lively and unpretentious with preparation in open view behind a long bar counter. The décor is minimalist, with simple wooden tables and benches.
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