Dinner was extraordinary. But as another TA reviewer reported, the flavors are subtle and traditional--nothing highly innovative or fusion oriented. The meal began with salmon with grapefruit and ended with an amazing glass of fresh orange/apple juice. In between were many dishes, including eel, crab soup with tiny mushrooms, sashimi served with what seemed to be shaved dried mushroom, a remarkable whipped tofu, grilled swordfish and a most memorable rice dish with small cubes of dried fruits and mushrooms and covered with dill.
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