After several lunches, I finally managed to make good on a dinner at Coulis. It turns out they really do serve you 10 courses for Y5.5k, and the vegetables are still great. I recommend setting aside a solid 3 hours for the kitchen to push out those dishes, and getting in quick since I still think bankruptcy is the likely outcome at these prices. As an aside, they just celebrated 5 years in business.
Fried baby fish. Bread crumbs. Blue cheese sauce.
On the 'wine' front, they have a decent little list and fridge, and good selections by the glass, but if I was going here more seriously I'd be exercising the Y2k BYO policy vigorously.
So a duck and leek meatball on top, with a fried leek sliver serving as a 'stem' to make the whole thing cherry-like. Delicious.
these guys - halfway down the page you'll see hazelnut spaghetti. In this case it's scallop noodle on a piece of shiitake.
That, then, is Coulis for dinner. I think you'd enjoy it, and it's certainly interesting and good value for Y5.5k. I can't help thinking though, that you get a lot of the benefit for way less money if you go for lunch. The crazy vegetables are the highlight, and a big lunch salad plus some snacks is an agreeable way to proceed.
Choose your own adventure.