Our chef thought very carefully about what he could serve for the occasion. It should be small appetizers that can be easily put in the mouth, without thereby interrupting the important meeting. At the same time, our chef attaches great importance to the decorative and colorful presentation of the dishes, so that visually for the connoisseur is also a beautiful picture. The inviting sight when opening the bento box simply sets a joyful mood! The carefully selected ingredients are refined in a variety of ways so that diners can enjoy a plethora of different flavor directions. Some are salty or sour, others have the subtle sweetness typical of Japanese cuisine or the typical Japanese fish broth "dashi" as a base. Meat, fish and vegetables in the dishes together form a wonderfully balanced diet.
Pork belly was simmered for a few hours along with the slightly sweet taste of fat, plus tuna marinated in salty Kōji and the whole thing baked. Menchi katsu (small minced meat croquettes) seasoned with mint and coated with panko (bread crumbs) and deep fried. Served with rice cooked with the flavor of a special clam dashi. The whole is rounded off with other trifles and specialties of Japanese cuisine.