This is a gem of a place. Small, intimate, warm and with really delightful yet unintrusive service.
Loved the dry sukiyaki (no soup) with such lovely, fresh ingredients cooked to perfection. Couldn't get enough of it even though we were stuffed! The kiyama beef slices were tender and melt in the mouth and the mushrooms so juicy and buttery.
We ended our meal with a cup of plum tea - perfect to wash down the rich, meaty flavours. So lovely!