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    ( 2 reviews )

Kungstensgatan 2, Stockholm, Sweden, 114 25

Serves meat, vegan options available. Upscale Japanese and Thai fusion tapas style restaurant. Be sure no specify no fish oil. Open Tue-Sat 6:00pm-12:00am.

Categories: Japanese, Thai, Asian, Fusion, Non-veg

2 Reviews

First Review by veganmom

Still hungry - Edit

**WARNING** - dishes put under green part of the menu (called ”Vegetables”) contains parts of sliced fish that has been sprinkled over your dish (!) Almost half of the dishes from the ”Vegetables” menu also contained fish oil. This is stated NOWHERE in the menu.

They recommend three dishes per person but for the vegan/vegetarian dishes you could probably eat ten (the don’t have that many just for info) and still be hungry. You just got small pieces of vegetables (except for the small taco) and that was it. I’m a tiny girl who also had three sandwiches an hour before we went there and I was still extremely hungry after our visit. The dishes that wasn’t vegan/vegetarian looked better though (not just some slices of salad presented in a cute way).

The environment in the restaurant was really cozy though and the staff was nice. But don’t go there if you’re hungry and make sure to ask specifically for vegan/vegetarian dishes since they apparently write anything down under the ”Vegetables” section, which is the closest of a vegan/vegetarian part of their menu that they have.

Pros: Nice environent, Friendly staff

Cons: The menu includes fish in ”Vegetables” without tel, You will leave still hungry, Almost non-existing seasoning of the dishes

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Elegant and vegan friendly Japanese fusion restaurant - Edit

Trendy fine dining Asian-Tapas fusion restaurant located in a basement, a bit tricky to find but once you're in its very cosy and the food something out of the ordinary!

You choose from several small dishes, 5 of them were, or could be made vegan. Our server, himself a vegan, skillfully guided us as to different ingredients and choices.

We ordered all of them:
Silken tofu with garden cress and vegan ponzu
Tartar with salt baked beet (comes with delicious rice crisps, similar to prawn crackers but vegan)
Eggplant in dashi and mirin
Tsukemono, pickled vegetables
Mushroom vegetable stock with shiitake and oyster mushroom, grilled asparagus, zucchini and carrots

All dishes were small but quite delicious, perhaps a bit on the sweet and salty side.

Overall, this is a place you don't want to miss if you like Asian food and new flavours!

Pros: Dishes you won't find anywhere else, Cosy environment, Knowledgeable service

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