I am torn between dinner @ Narisawa or Ryugin? Perhaps Narisawa for lunch? This is my first trip back to Tokyo is a very long time and have been itching to go to Ryugin for quite some time now - however, I understand his food has become more authentic than avante garde. I feel Narisawa is more modern, which I prefer, but can't find a sample menu anywhere.
Currently I have reservations at Quintessence, Restaurant Joel Robuchon & Sant Pau for lunch. Looking to add a big time spot (Narisawa, Ryugin and something much more traditional) to the dinner line-up. Any suggestions???
Thank you in advance!