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It isn't plush and pricey, it doesn't serve fine French cuisine and it can't boast a cellar of premium Burgundies. Instead, its walls are basic whitewashed breeze-blocks; you perch on simple barstools; you guzzle vin very ordinaire. And you eat your gibier in the form of yakiniku, grilled over old-fashioned shichirin burners. Wana is not just affordable: It's convivial and lots of fun.