Came here today with my family (inc. my little baby). They graciously allowed for the presence of my wee little one to join us for lunch. I was quite nervous as the restaurant was a fine dining restaurant and although I know that my little one is a very chill baby, I just didn't want to disturb the other patrons by her baby babbles (no cries or whines at all, thank God!). They don't have a highchair available, but they gave us ample enough space for us to put baby in her stroller at the dining table. Food was amazing! We had the mixed seaweed wakame salad, sashimi platter, bluefin tuna maki, agedashi tofu, soba noodles, tempura, salmon & snapper new style sashimi, yuzu & miso creme brulee, ume plum kakigori, and matcha ice cream. Didn't even get to take much photos as we just couldn't wait to dig in. 10/10 would definitely come back and recommend.
We ordered their degustation menu. The food was delicately presented and each course had a story. The highlight was 10/10 the beef. It was soft and tender and literally melts in your mouth. The only downside was that it was too small!!
what happened to the fine dining exp we used to hv 5 yrs ago......went back there this week and order the degustation($120pp), it was the worst deguststion we ever had. we rememver b4 it was very good and combination would make you full at least for what you are paying! all the dishes we had were cold dishes except for the main which only come with protein (lamb), no veges nor any carb on the dish. presentation were also lacking. its autumn which means its cold outside so at least provide hot food!!! we will not ho back to this place nor recommend to anyone! lastly who would pay $120 pp and to have 3 small cubes of chocolate???? are you kidding me??? i can buy a chocolate bar for $1!!! this is ridiculous!! also their staffs r not friendly, look like a food court staffs....esp the one at the till to collect payment.....no thank you after he takes ur $$$