131 Bussell, at the back, off the road, but not on a Monday or a Tuesday, and only if you have a booking. . . It's wise to be prepared; the food is delicate and beautiful, the room off white, with a sunken kitchen in the centre. The only minor fault - the heavy scent of cooking oil as you enter, which is not entirely unexpected given the focus on tempura. Miki smiles and chats, marshalling his team and pouring beer for the patrons while slicing and preparing his little plates, each one complete and gorgeous. The room is small and the seats are all taken. The common choice is the trust menu, a set price and a cascade of morsels. We had a predetermined departure time and ate off the menu (the trust takes about 2 hours), everything was as it should have been - simple, clean and pure.