We went because the previous tenant, Schilo, was fantastic. Unfortunately Kabuki doesn't come close to filling those big shoes.
We went for the EUR107 per head menu (there's also one cheaper and one more expensive). With a reasonably cheap bottle of wine, the total bill came to EUR300 for the two of us. For that money I'd expect (a) you'd have a memorable experience, with creative food and outstanding service and (b) you'd be full. Unfortunately this met neither criterion, we left feeling hungry and ripped off. As an example, a small dollop of uninteresting sorbet was all that was offered for desert. The quality is fine, but no better than you'd expect in any good japanese restaurant. The setting doesn't work, serving trendy asian food in a Spanish hacienda. It's also a shame that they've closed the outside terrace.
To be fair, when we gave the hostess the feedback she did offer to bring more food, did bring another dessert that was nice and probably would have brought more food if we had pushed her, but we just wanted to get out.
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