I truly loved every single dish but the Chicken "Oyster", Simmered Kumquat and Chicken Neck were the dishes that stood out the most.
I also loved the black sesame creme brulee..I love anything with black sesame in it, so I'm biased.
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Its like looking at Van Gogh's starry night, and then being able to eat it.
Every plate was served with visual and sensual intent; taking your taste buds on a journey as it discovers different levels of savory, umami, tangy and sweet.
You can read an article about the ongoing study by clicking here.Thigh saikyo miso - tastes like a chicken glazed with a sweet miso. Tasted almost like a light teriyaki sauce Erinigi mushroom - tops were more flavorful and smelled delicious. Never felt rushed and everytime we finished a skewer the next one was ready soon after.Taste left wanting more since it was fairly plain especially the stem. Sitting at the bar was also nice since cause we get to see them prepare the skewers. If you are a fan of chicken parts sizzling over a binchotan grill, this is the spot for you.In size, I know the dishes don't look like a lot of food but by the end of the end of our dinner let me assure you, it was ENOUGH.With that being, said eating at Torishin is a simple but out-of-this-world experience.