|Terra Tokyo Italian at Tras Street|
|Chef Seita Nakahara|
Terra packs in no more than 36 in a cramped shop house in Tras Street. The bijou space is slightly awkward with a private room to the left of the entrance, a couple of high seats, a main dining room and a 4-seat counter that offers completely no eye-level view of the semi-open kitchen. Not that it matters for when you catch a glimpse of the tall and wavy-haired Nakahara, any angst will magically dissipate into thin air.
|Sardines, eggplant, sudachi|
|Chilled capellini, tonburi, Hokkaido uni, fermented lemon dressing with yuzu|
|Tempura of sujiara fish|
|Bigoli pasta, iberico pork ragout, peanuts, Parmesan cheese|
|Tajima wagyu, red wine just, Niigata leek, tomato caponata, Hokkaido potatoes|
|Shine Muscat grapes, fig ice cream, panna cotta, moscato jelly|
© Evelyn Chen 2013
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