Personally I absolutely loved the interior of Chotto Matte despite Grace Dent's views, I found it funky and cool and loved the art on the walls. They serve Nikkei cuisine which is a fusion of Japanese and Peruvian, a little like Sushisamba. We were escorted to a cordoned off area where the new cocktail bar area is situated towards the back of the restaurant, and were lucky enough to meet head chef Jordan Sclare, who was previously at the likes of Nobu and Gordon Ramsey.
We were each given a glass of sake, and had a tour of the kitchen area before tasting some of the new delicious Tostaditas. Then the cocktails came, we had around four different ones, and my personal favourite was the one with the raspberry in it (I can't for the life of me remember what each of them was!). My head went a little fuzzy after all those cocktails, so here are some photos from the evening!
|I had a shiny-face-no-powder day, so this photo maaaay be slightly photoshopped where the shiny patches were! I'm seriously never forgetting my powder ever again. I really don't photograph well without it.|
We had a really fun evening at Chotto Matte, and after tasting the delicious tostaditas I think I'm definitely gonna have to go back for a proper meal there ASAP! It was also lovely to see the blogger girls again, who as well as Angie included Caroline, Laura, and Melanie. We're already planning our next evening out to a favourite of mine, Bob Bob Ricard!