For the recent dinner, we opted for the 12,000 yen degustation menu, the story of which is shown in pictures below. Throwing in a few swigs of wine (half a bottle and just a few wines by the glass) plus the service charge and you're looking at a 40,000 yen dinner for two. Although the quality is unimpeachable, this is a serious outlay for dinner so I'd save this place either for lunch or for very special occasions...
The bread here is to die for - you'll need to make sure you don't overdo it as they'll keep bringing more as soon as you're done!
'Flan" with a layer of lobster mousse on the bottom, a layer of pureed potato and topped with sea urchin.
Pan seared foie gras on eggplant.
Scallop with artichoke.
Deep friend "hamo" with zucchini and marinated tomato.
A little citrus mouth freshener.
The main course was roast pork with sautéed veges and some grated truffle.
Dessert no 1 was a white chocolate mousse with lychee jelly, ice-cream and raspberry.
Dessert no 2 comprised a trio of coffee creme brûlée, a fromage blanc with lemon and a citrus jelly.
Coffee was accompanied by petit fours (you could probably call this dessert no 3!).