Tetsuya Wakuda's two-MIchelin-starred restaurant incorporates fresh, globally-sourced seasonal ingredients with Japanese craftsmanship
Waku Ghin’s star continues to shine bright in the dining scene with personable service and exceptional food. The 10-course degustation menu highlights the season’s finest produce and ingredients, such as the pan-seared amadai—its fleshy meat and crisp skin (with scales intact) are bathed in a flavoursome dashi broth that’s painstakingly made in-house. The Kyushu wagyu from Kagoshima features utterly tender grilled meat that leaves you wanting more, especially when it’s further enhanced with freshly grated wasabi and wasabi soy. There’s a good mix of wines and sakes on the drinks list, with a few of the latter exclusively made for the restaurant.
|Accept Credit Card||Yes|
|Private Room Description||4 Semi-Private|
|Dress Code||Smart casual|