Review excerpt: Inakatei does not look its age. First opened in 1910, or Meiji 43, it’s been serving noodles for more than a century.

This stylish little hole-in-the-wall at the northern end of Harajuku opened last October but is really coming into its own, now the weather is warming up. Like its sister operation, the excellent Tass Yard cafe, the cooking is vegetable-centric, using organic produce and no ...

The service is straightforward and unpretentious, and so is the cooking. Shinsekai is of the Shanghainese persuasion, which means the sweet, oil-laden dishes of the China's eastern provinces predominate. But there is also a strong infusion of Sichuan influences to enliven the palate with ...

The menu here is so similar to that at Kao Tai, it is hard to know why they didn't use the same name. The only significant difference is that they've added Tinun's trademark specialty, the noodle dish they refer to as tom yum kung ...

Matsugen stays open past 10:30 p.m., which is in no way remarkable by Azabu standards but considerably later than the hours most old-school soba-ya subscribe to. Second, it boasts a sizable kitchen staff well-versed in all aspects of Japanese cuisine, not just the art ...

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