We waited a year to visit - due to the refurb. and family commitments. We went with friends who also appreciate really good food, and, having lived in Tokyo for 3 years, wanted to share a bit of Japan with them. The Japanese fusion part was not too much in evidence, apart from the use of exceedingly fresh fish, and the seasoning of the sauces, but the food was top quality, reflecting the chef's experience in some world class restaurants. Three menus - the menu du jour, with 2 or 3 course options, a €37 menu and a €59 (kai seki) menu. The choice on the middle menu was limited - two options per course, but that was good, as it prevented one from sticking to "old favourites", and the cooking was sublime. With only Iijima-san and his wife in the kitchen, and an extremely well trained and knowledgeable girl front-of-house, the 20 covers were about the right number for efficient service. Friday lunchtime in February - fully booked, so be warned. As the Japanese say "godg-so-sama deshta" - "that was a feast" - and it really was.
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