Score: 7.5/10? (we're torn because it really had no value for money)
Wagyu 9+ short rib tataki (pickled grapes, pumpkin puree, tarragon, chilli oil, tosazu)
Beef robata (wagyu tri-tip, caramelised eshallots, bbq teriyaki)
Slow poached egg, Hokkaido scallops, apple, parsley, nori corn butter
Caramelised miso cod, japanese salsa, cucumber salad
Tai ceviche (crispy nori, shio konbu, lime salsa)
Kingfish Furikake (Sokyo furikake, citrus paste, tosazu)
Goma street (Caramelisd white chocolate, sesame ice cream)
Sokyo "mochi ice cream" (Yatsuhashi kyoto mochi, frozen strawberry milk shake)
Good quality and mostly tasty with some variation to the standards except the kingfish which was fairly normal.
Stand out dishes were both wagyu dishes, slow poached egg (although eating that with chopsticks is a challenge) and the Tai ceviche was something you don't see at other places. Caramelised miso cod was ok too.
Desserts were good even if "caramelised white chocolate" tastes suspiciously like milk chocolate.
But at the end of the day not filling enough for the amount spent. At most one hat places you could eat and be fairly full for $90 per person. At Sokyo it feels like and entree and one then needs to go downstairs to get a pizza atPizzAperta.