Restaurant Itadaku

The project’s name hides the Japanese word for gratitude,” and that is precisely the feeling you have after visiting this place. Itadaku is a casual dining Japanese restaurant with traditional cuisine and interiors. It’s as if you are transplanted to some Tokyo café full of authentic details: bonsai trees, folding screens, calligraphy. Almost every detail of interior decoration has been brought from Japan. The dishware also comes from there, along with the regular delivery (four times a week) of certain ingredients such as mushrooms, oysters, and Wagyu beef. The open kitchen enables the guests to observe the work of chef Masaru Sakagami and his team. There are sets of dishes, there is omakase, and there is a full-fledged menu, but we would suggest taking a seat at the counter and chattering with the cooks and bartenders. “