This is a tiny 14-seat restaurant, not unlike something you would find in Japan. Simply decorated, 3 2-top tables and about 8 bar stools at the chef counter.
We indulged in the 8 course tasting menu which was varied and absolutely outstanding!
The freshness of the fish and the beautiful preparation and artistry of the food and the serving vessels was amazing. Our server spoke very good English and explained each dish thoroughly and with knowledge. The timing of the serving was spot on. We are thrilled to have such a restaurant in Mexico City. It is expensive but so worth it.
Note: The entrance is on Juan La Fontaine Street. Not easy to find especially at night.
Walk through another bar and head upstairs.
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