Review excerpt: Amazingly, a year and a half in, Inua still feels just as innovative, especially the remarkable range of dishes emanating from head chef Thomas Frebel’s test kitchen and onto his menu.
Review excerpt: For more than a decade, Tama has been the place to come for one of Tokyo’s more unusual menus, a unique and stylish hybrid that it calls Ryukyu-Chinese.
Review excerpt: Fantin is at the top of his game. And that — along with the superb setting, the elegant dining room overlooking Ginza’s central boulevard, the premium wine list and the smooth-as-silk service — is what has made Il Ristorante so special and ...
Review excerpt: Their eight taps at Two Fingers Craft Beer are loaded with an excellent rotating selection of well-kept beers, mostly from small-scale local breweries they know and trust, with occasional tap takeovers.
Review excerpt: Kokushu Sakaba seems incongruous among the scuffed, old-school drinking holes that are Oimachi’s calling card.
Review excerpt: Morimoto will offer diners the “Morimoto experience”: staff that are at ease when dealing with an international clientele and can speak Japanese and English — as well as other languages — and a menu that’s flexible and modern.
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