Review excerpt: Sowado is spacious, busy and theatrical, with counter seating running along three sides of the open kitchen in the center of the dining room.
Review excerpt: Delifucious has resurfaced inside Chaos Kitchen, the casual basement dining floor in the hulking new Shibuya Parco building.
Review excerpt: The dinner menus at Minshuku Miyagi are decided on a whim and by the seasonal availability of ingredients.
Review excerpt: Sakai Shokai is not a place you are meant to stumble into by chance. If you’re not with someone who’s been there before, you need to call ahead and then try to navigate your way there.
Review excerpt: All the classic unagi dishes at Kurocyodo are offered, from simple unagi donburi rice bowls to unajū (served on rice in lacquerware boxes), and even cooked in donabe claypots or as shabu-shabu.
Review excerpt: Sashimi, tempura, seafood and wagyu beef: Juban Ukyo's menu covers most of the upmarket favorites.
Review excerpt: For a savory dish at Hood by Vargas, try its New York beef sandwich — it’s small, but packs a lot between the toasted slices of bread.
Review excerpt: Besides the 11 taps of craft beer (plus one of generic Sapporo) and the considerable cellar of artisan nihonshu — 80-plus types, many of them limited edition or otherwise rarely available in the city — this branch of Bakushuan has a very ...
Review excerpt: At Umbilical, look no further than chef Ono’s signature seafood plate. Every day he puts together four choices that can be ordered separately.
Review excerpt: The lunch menu at Kinki Daigaku Suisan Kenkyujo is limited to five set menus. In the evening, there is more choice, but regardless of when you go maguro will be an option, as well as a selection of other fish that Kindai have been ...
Review excerpt: As soon as you sit at Shimme, you’ll be served up a plate of hors d’oeuvre, which changes but is likely to be a small serving of fish, and while they serve much more than seafood, the fish tends to be excellent.
Review excerpt: At Kousai, the restaurant in the town’s smart new visitor center and museum, you can try squid in half a dozen different ways, from soft, smooth sashimi to hot, crispy tempura.
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