The restaurant is about one minute away from the Snow Hill Station car park, and so is easy to get to by car.
It's very small, with about six small tables on the ground floor and the same again on the floor above.
Our food arrived quickly, for all three courses (but we were there at 6:30pm, so it wasn't busy), and the staff are friendly.
We had the sweet potato beignet and vegetable tempura to start, both of which were very nice, though the tempura was the better of the two. For mains, all three of us had the battered smoked tofu, which was pretty incredible - the tofu itself was quite dense and extremely flavourful, more like a sausage than tofu, and the surrounding sauces were interesting and complemented the flavour well (however the tofu might be a bit too strong for some - one of our group commented on this). I had a chocolate cake for dessert which was also very nice.
The downside is that the food is expensive, and the portions quite small (however though the tofu main looked like a small portion, it was very filling).
Definitely worth going to.Pros: Delicious food, Nice atmosphere - informal, Friendly staff
Cons: Expensive, with small portions