A match made in heaven This Neutral Bay restaurant is a curious mix of Japanese food, and Spanish tapas style dining - it's basically a Japanese themed degustation. Don’t worry, you won’t find ‘Jamón sushi’ anywhere on the menu!. The restaurant is modern and simple inside, with dark wooden paneling on the walls and comfortable, chestnut-coloured furniture to match. The attentive staff suggest around 6 dishes to share between two… so sit back, relax and let the tasting journey begin ! Owner and head chef Hiro Takagi has created a versatile menu bursting with flavour. Try the smoked swordfish with preserved lemon sauce or the braised wagyu beef cheek and almond dressing for a tasty flavour contrast. This place is designed for sharing so keep that in mind when you’re choosing who to bring. The dining style certainly is unusual, but it is super fun and exciting. It may not be what we’re used to but Japaz (Japanese-Tapas) is certainly something we could get used to! So get down here to start your own gastronomic journey! Best Dish: scallops with a sweet soy and onion butter
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If you're sceptical about ‘Japanese tapas' don't worry. While the ‘series of small dishes' rule still applies, its more a DIY degustation rather than the scarier possibility of tempura chorizo or patatas teriyaki. Thread review...