This restaurant/bar has a fusion of good modern and traditional Japanese interior design. It’s bustling on a Friday night. The service is attentive and friendly.
As for the food, they looked tantalising. The Wagyu Tartare was creamy and crunchy. The barramundi had a really crispy and savoury skin, which I love. The ponzu sauce and tomato salsa gave it a nice tangy flavour. When it came to the pork belly, I was underwhelmed by the fact that it didn’t have a crispy skin. Fair enough that there wasn’t any indication on the menu of whether or not it included skin. Also, the pork was a little bland compared to the daikon (radish) that had soaked up most, if not all, of the sauce that they were slow cooked (or braised) in.