No forks, knives or chopsticks for this omakase course:& Piece (or ‘And Piece’, to its friends) offers a uniquely fun and playful dining experience by only serving dishes that are meant to be eaten by hand. Chef Masaki Yamagishi’s food, which combines Japanese ingredients with French Cooking techniques, will definitely engage all five of your senses.
The dishes are presented like dainty little treasure pieces, from foie gras mousse disguised as a pair of red lip ogura toast ‘puzzle pieces’ made with butter and anko(sweet red bean paste). Yamagishi, who spent a number of years working at the Joël Robuchon Restaurant inEbisu, is particularly gifted in French confectionery and his speciality financiers and Basque cheesecake can beenjoyed fresh out of the oven if you call to request them in advance. This unconventional restaurant lets you rediscover a curiosity for food and will leave you dreaming of the scent of brown butter for days to come.