Our more than professional bartenders, at your disposal in order to manage to meet your tastes and preferences.
Discover our large and rich wine list, composed of vast diversity of taste and flavor from every continent.
Sit back and enjoy over 150 years of experience from Julius Meinl & allow us to serve you the best quality coffee.
The dessert course at a restaurant should be fun. So let us make you feel like a kid, at least only for a while.
All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast. So, we made a perfect breakfast menu to get you through a busy day in the city.
Unfortunately, we are not making art, but we are making sushi. And our sushi chef, he really means business. So you must try our signature rolls.
So you want to try sushi?
Are you new to sushi? Have you ever wanted to try it but were not sure where to start or what you might like? This guide will hopefully offer some information as to a good way to start enjoying sushi if you are a sushi beginner. This guide is presented as a list of suggestion to follow or think about when you decide the time is right to pay us a visit.
California Roll – (maki) A California roll is an american style roll created in California for the American palate. It usually consists of kamaboko (imitation crab meat) and avocado, sometimes including cucumber.
Donburi – (dohn-boo-ree) – A large bowl for noodle and rice dishes. Also refers specifically to a rice dish served in such a large bowl with with the main items placed on top of the rice, Examples include Tendon (Tenpura Donburi) and Unadon (Unagi Donburi).
Fuki – (foo-kee) – Fuki is a Japanese butterbur plant which contains a bitter substance called “fukinon” (a kind of ketone compound), but upon blanching fukinon is easily washed out from its petioles (edible parts) and is prepared for an excellent Japanese vegetable dish.
Katsuo – (kah-tsoo-oh) – Bonito. It is usually found in sushi bars on the West Coast because it lives in the Pacific Ocean, and doesn’t freeze very well. Sometimes confused with Skipjack Tuna, which is incorrect as Skipjack Tuna is called “ha-gatsuo.”
How to eat sushi?