We had dinner. The restaurant has a very nice setup, with tipical touches like the Japanese lake, the teppanyaki tables and the tatami rooms. The menu is impressive, covering several kind of Japanese food styles, from sushi and sashimi to shabu shabu and udons. I have been in Japan 7-8 times and Japanese cuisine is my absolute favorite, so my review may look picky. We had three mains to share: Unagi Don (eel on rice), Tenzaru Soba (shrimp tempura with cold Buckwheat Noodles) and Ebi Kaibashira (teppanyaki dish with shrimp and scallops). The first and second were excellent and authentic, the third was tasty, but far from what the dish should have been: way too much garlic and a running sauce. For that, I would rate it 4.5 out of 5, but I gave it 5 as in the end we were not in Japan. The mains came with a good miso soup and a fresh lemon sorbet. Accompanied with two hot green tea, we totaled 40K colones. We would go there again, to see if the teppanyaki was just an unlucky one.
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