Ca Sento Kobe City's only Michelin Samsung Spanish chef Fu Benshen is also a teenager 11 years of fame tasting menu including 6 tapas combinations of a dish Kobe tomato opening 6 small dishes including Osaka Hanoi duck sashimi oyster anchovies and Geshan eel duck blood bowels and other first waves High tide Hokkaido prawns and its more than 30 varieties of wild vegetables with a special flavor of cheese hot soup, fish main course Nagasaki brownstone spot very strong treatment, with yellow mustard meat main course Kagoshima and beef specialty Spanish improved seafood porridge to raise the second high tide, three desserts, honeyed cheese Souffle sweet potato ice cream finally ended with double espresso overall feeling good meets expectations
This restaurant has an elegant environment, clean and tidy, and good service. The restaurant specializes in Spanish-style dishes. The dishes are exquisite and beautiful. The tableware is carefully placed. The taste is also in line with expectations and delicious.
The only three-star Michelin restaurant in Kobe is not Japanese food, but Western food, but it incorporates many elements of kaiseki cuisine, and the food is fresh, and the sashimi inside is Japanese practice.
The very famous western restaurant in Kobe is also selected as a Michelin-star restaurant. Every dish is exquisite and unusual, and the quantity follows the tradition of the Michelin restaurant. The portion is really a little bit.
A very good dining experience, because the booking was a bit late and the itinerary was changed specially. The restaurant is located in a hidden location in the city, and it really is that the aroma of wine is not afraid of the deep alley. It rained suddenly that day, so I went to the restaurant with my baby casually dressed in casual clothes. Through the floor-to-ceiling window glass, you can see the chef preparing the food outside the door. The restaurant is very exquisite, and it is estimated to receive about 5 tables a day. We made a reservation at 6 o’clock, so there were no other customers in the store. After the waiter showed the menu of the day, I chose a bottle of Burgundy white wine to match the seafood. The two waiters were very attentive in their service. Although my baby and I only knew a little bit of Japanese and their English pronunciation was very bad, we still tried our best to introduce the ingredients and ingredients of each dish to us. It can be seen that every dish is carefully made, and shrimp and fish are our two favorites. What is touching is that after the meal, despite the rain, the chef stood outside the house under an umbrella, thanking the customers and seeing off. In fact, we should be thankful for enjoying such wonderful food and service. I made an appointment with my baby next time I come to Kinki, and I have to eat ca sento.