Classic Japanese cooking in an authentic setting. Staples of Yuzu’s menu include sashimi, sticky rice, cucumber pickles, finely shredded white daikon radish and miso soup. The traditional space, heavy on wood and beautiful prints, seems to reflect the restaurant’s ethos of serving high-quality ingredients prepared with fastidious care. Wheat flour noodles are served in seaweed broth, filled with fish and fire-bright squash tempura, the gyoza are among the city’s finest while the Agedashi tofu (silken cubes coated in flour and fried to create a savoury shell that’s both jelly-ish and crispy) is a worthy signature dish, matched only by its presentation. To drink, choose from a range of sake and tea.