Great place for seafood, spicy deep fried chicken, beer and a fun dinner place altogether. I'll be back :)
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This place came highly recommended and sounded a bit unusual: an ex-pat Brit running a seafood restaurant under the railway arches in Tokyo's 'Yakitori Alley.' Worth a try? You are first struck by the location: a slightly edgy setting, a not very smart street, trains...More
A great little izakaya specialising in fish fresh from nearby Tsukiji. Tasty food, efficient service and lots of choice of drinks. Always buzzing and busy. Been here many times over the last 10 years.
Went there due to Fodor's guide recommendation. Ordered 4 things: tofu salad and green salad which were ok, and then sashimi plate and miso grilled sea bream both of which were quite bad. the sashimi was gummy and full of knots (a first time having...More
We were lucky to get an hour window pre-reservation but it did make dinner feel rushed and with 15 mins to go felt rushed by the staff too. We had finished so was going to be clear in time. The rush also meant we ordered...More
This little hidden gem is like something out of a movie. Tucked under the subway train, is this amazing bar where you see mostly locals who have finished work and stopped in for some drinks and some food. The thing is, the food is amazing!...More
If you want a great Japanese food and good atmosphere go there. If you are unsure what Japanese food you might like, Andy can help you. Food ingredients are fresh and Andy is the one picking them up in the morning on the famous Japanese...More
Andy continues to run one of the best eateries in Tokyo. Fantastic place for traditional Japanese food at a reasonable price in a fantastic location. I have to visit Andy every time in Tokyo.