For my birthday, my husband treated me to a dining experience at Nanzan GiroGiro. It's kaiseki-style, meaning it's a traditional multi-course dinner. It's a set menu which changes every month. The price is $50 per person, plus an extra $8 for dessert.
They don't have the menu written down, so here's the visuals of what we ate along with a layman's description of the food based on my memory:
I love when food is prepared right before my eyes
Tempura battered scallop in a clear broth
Chicken, lotus root and liver
Ahi poke, uni
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