Head Chef Kenichi Okumura calmly delivers fresh and light Japanese cuisine that is ideal for grazing. To reach the restaurant, you head through a nondescript entrance, down a flight of stairs and past a black curtain before descending into the effortlessly trendy dining room. Sit at the long, narrow bar, and watch as the chefs prepare the food.
The menu encourages a tapas-style approach to dining, and there is a wide selection of tasty dishes. Spicy tuna tataki with garlic soy has a vibrant pink hue and a sensational texture. The unusual pairing of horseradish sauce with the tuna is clever and works well. Elegantly presented, kingfish sashimi with Asian dressing has blush pink edges to the fish and a delicate flavour. The dressing combines sesame, sweet chilli and fish sauce, and takes the dish to the next level.
PSST! If you can’t decide what to order, try one of the fabulous set menus for just $55 to $75 per person.