This was an interesting contrast to the Japanese restaurants we had been enjoying. The restaurant has a pleasant and attractive ambience.
We decided on a la carte, rather than the set menus, as we didn't want too many courses. To our surprise, there was only one Italian wine on the menu, but several French, NZ, etc.
The antipasto course was excellent, but to our surprise, the pasta course arrived when we were only part way through it. Our Japanese host explained that this was not good enough, and not to bring the main courses too soon. The pasta was good, and we had a lovely scallops dish, so no problem with the chefs! However, the waiting staff seemed untrained, and noone seemed to be supervising the whole operation.
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