A gem of a restaurant.
Okay, here’s a real treasure. There’s only one small small catch, it’s in Tokyo. But except for that tiny detail – incredible!
In the district Aoyama in Tokyo, there’s a museum called Nezu Museum. And on the opposite side of the street, pretty much facing the entrance of the museum, hidden behind greenery, you’ll find a wonderful restaurant.
It’s called Down Satirs, and not only is it super cozy, they also have the best service, and the food is just amazing.
The lunch that Lina had a couple of weeks ago included a salad with lentils and a few drops of apple cider vinegar, wild rice with scrambled tofu and mushrooms in curry. This happened while Mia were having flabby zucchini fritters at a ski resort in the north of Sweden. But you see, that’s a whole other story.