Any good food..?

This is not a question… but when thinking of Japan- my answer is going to be – yes all food is good in Japan.

But I acknowledge we are known for visiting at least one fancy restaurant on our holidays. This time we went to Inua. Kym had been following them via social media before they opened, as head chef previously worked at Noma in Copenhagen.

Day 3 - Inua

As usual when booking- we followed the rules and got in quite easily – and we could walk there from our hotel – even better!

Day 3 - Inua

Day 3 - Inua

Day 3 - Inua
Day 3 - Inua

Day 3 - Inua

Oh the mushroom!

Day 3 - Inua

Day 3 - Inua
cutlery

Day 3 - Inua

Day 3 - Inua

Day 3 - Inua

Day 3 - Inua

Day 3 - Inua
oh but this was awesome

Day 3 - Inua

Day 3 - Inua

Day 3 - Inua

Day 3 - Inua

Day 3 - Inua

Best looking bottle label design

Day 3 - Inua

Afterwards we got a tour of the kitchen. In the world of small restaurants what surprised us, was the size. Interestingly, they also had a test kitchen on the floor below- and heard about what they were working on.
Day 3 - Inua

Day 3 - Inua
Day 3 - Inua

As experienced previously, Adelaide is always a connection. The sommelier was originally from Adelaide… and was going back for Mew Years. We enjoyed the conversation about food and places we had been and experienced. Enjoyable experience!

… and if you couldn’t see or work out what we ate and drank here is the menu

Day 3 - dinner
Day 3 - dinner

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