First impressions are important upon entry to a restaurant - we were warmly greeted, seated in very well appointed surroundings and received a whiff of the kitchen which was enticing to say the least. Kanyoen treated my wife & I to a delicious intimate dinner with very attentive service, a large and interesting variety of meats to cook at our leisure.
Tip : Bookings are essential - ask for a booth.
The only fault I could find was the menus looked tacky with all the "not available" stickers over various items and need to be updated. That and only one variety of Sake on the drinks menu.
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