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Miss Nora’s singular dedication to Far Eastern flavours is praise-worthy, especially when proprietors of restaurants club all Pan Asian flavours under the sun, to appeal to the widest cross-section of diners. To amplify the Japanese notes of the menu, the restaurant ceiling enlivens itself with sakura or vibrant cherry blossoms, celebrated both for their ephemeral life and extraordinary beauty. The restaurant aims to both educate and encourage diners, nudging them towards unchartered flavour territories by way of dishes such as 'Kao Pode Tad', 'Crispy Corn Cakes served with Sweet Chilli Sauce', as well as 'Sakana Dango', 'Fish Balls Yakitori with Rice Wine Sauce'. Even safe bets like the 'Atlantic Salmon Roll' aims at clean execution, premium ingredients and aesthetic presentation. It comes in the regulation sushi boat but is crowned with wafer-thin slivers of Granny Smith apples along with filaments of carrots and radish. The Japanese 'Udon Noodles' are wrapped in a warm hug of black pepper sauce and winter vegetables, bracing to a fault.