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ALLERGEN INFORMATION All our food and drinks contain traces of alcohol, nuts, fish, micro organisms, carbon molecules, nitrogen molecules, all molecules essential to organic matters, and possibly others which are not essential to organic matters as well as many other airborne particles. In particular, there will certainly be traces of celery, gluten, crustaceans, eggs, fish, lupin, milk, molluscs, mustard, nuts, peanuts, sesame seeds, soya, and sulphur dioxide, as they are regularly used in our kitchen. Out staff are very happy to advise on the key intended ingredients for each dish. We also advise seeking medical professions for special dietary requirements and allergies.
Sashimi is fish, seafood, or sometimes meat beautifully sliced and presented on a plate. 2 pieces per portion unless otherwise specified.
Nigiri literally translates into “gripping”. However we like to see it as gentle caressing and moulding in order to create these parcels of loveliness! 2 pieces per portion unless otherwise specified
Hosomaki are the simplest form of rolls, but by no means the least! From outside to inside it has seaweed, rice and fish, vegetable, or meat. 4 pieces per portion
Uramaki are also called the California rolls. It means inside-out, which comes from the fact that the rice and seaweed are in opposite position in comparison to the more traditional hosomaki
Temaki translates to “hand roll”, it looks like an ice cream cone. It is named so due to its size and awkwardness for eating with chopsticks. Incidentally, we encourage everyone to eat all types of sushi by hands!
“Things in a bowl” is what this section is all about. They're rustic and hearty – filled with various toppings served over sushi rice. Each bowl is a little piece of heavy for you to dive in and indulge
Here are some dishes that don't really fall into any of the previous categories but they are simply too good to be missed. Some are traditional, and some are our own culinary experiments!