Well, we had the sake and wine pairing to go with our the eight-course dinner. Although we would have loved an all sake pairing. Worth every penny, excellent meal. The pigeon was amazing and in a blindfold test I would have thought it was beef. And ladies and gentlemen, this is why I am not a food blogger!
|Foie Gras, mango, myoga|
|Fried sawara, caviar, asparagus, yamawasabi|
|Hamo soup, winter melon, sudachi|
|Grilled kinmedai, pea, hamaguri|
|Grilled pigeon, nasu, fushimi pepper|
|White peach, yogurt ice-cream, tohobjin jelly|
As always, we had a little parting gift. The slice of Castella cake was a perfect addition to breakfast the morning after. Seriously, the Baker-at-Home and I would be surprised if they don't win a Michelin Star soon.