The food served at Mimasu can be described as Japanese fusion cuisine.
When I visited the restaurant I went with a group of friends and we decided that the best option was the banquet. The restaurant staff can tailor a meal for your group for the ultimate Japanese experience.
This was a great option as we were able to try food that we may not have picked from the menu ourselves, as well as trying a large selection of the dishes. I tasted Japanese pickled veg, lotus root chips, roasted sweet potato, sashimi, angus beef carpaccio, grilled leek with yuzu honey, tofu fritters, tempura zucchini flowers, scallops, and kara-age chicken. The scallops were definitely a favourite amongst our group along with the roasted sweet potato.
You can have a look at their menu here. They also post appetising images of their food on their Facebook and Instagram pages.
Mimasu has a large selection of wines and Japanese drinks including Sake, Umeshu, Shochu, and Japanese beers. They also have a quite large collection of Japanese whisky including a 20 year old whisky!