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Fusion's the thing at this Chancery Lane restaurant and bar - specifically the fusion of Italian and Japanese cuisines. It's certainly an interesting concept.
Examples of this fusion include the robata grill cooking beef, smoked scamorza and shishito peppers, spaghetti alla bottarga served with crispy wakame, and a risotto made with black truffle, vegetables and sake. It's not all a menu of melds, though - sushi, sashimi, miso soup and lunchtime bento boxes remain traditionally Japanese.
The drinks list appears less interested in the concept, though sake, Japanese whiskies, Italian wines and beers by way of Asahi Super Dry, Kirin Ichiban and Peroni Nastro Azzuro do tow the party line. Wines are from well known old world regions, with France, Spain, Germany dominating alongside Italy. There's a solid selection of sherries, too.