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Feb 23, 2012

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Tina @ bitemeshowme

Combining italian and japanese is something i've not even thought about. I must admit though, the food does look amazing.

Gaby

The dishes don't sound like much of a fusion, though. Good presentation, especially the desserts.

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

Sounds like a nice find although I think I was expecting more fusion from the description.

briarrose

Such beautiful presentation. Yummy. Surprising combination of Italian and Japanese...I wouldn't have thought those two would have meshed so well either. ;)

Sara (Belly Rumbles)

This one isn't too far from home for me, has just made the must try list. I think the miso marinated duck is calling me.

Joanne

I'm getting sushi tonight for dinner and now I'm REALLY wishing the place I'm going to has a pumpkin tempura roll! Looks awesome!

muppy

yum, all it looks incredible, teriyaki jus.. and that panna cotta, oh mY :)

Winston

AWESOME selection of food you've got going on there... You guys did really well haha! I LOVE Japanese/Italian fusion foods. Really need to get my fix for that soon. Will keep this place in mind next time I'm in the area! =)

Carolyn Jung

Oooh, the deconstructed apple tart is something truly to behold. How creative. Sounds like it tasted pretty awesome, too.

Helen (Grab Your Fork)

Interesting idea to merge Italian with Japanese. Desserts look very fancy and lol at the fork intrusion into your shot :)

Joyce Buckner

I would agree that the best food we can taste are found in restaurants. To be specific in an expensive and classy ones. However, people are supposed to be contented with what they have.

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