Review excerpt: Cafe Y offers a Morning Set for ¥600, but we order the double-sized American-style Breakfast (¥1,000), which consists of scrambled eggs, bacon or ham, toast, a piece of fruit — usually a banana — and coffee.

Review excerpt: The standout dish at Wa Bistro Tsuna was the head and tail of a Pacific sea bream slow-cooked in the holy trinity of Japanese condiments: shoyu, sake and mirin (sweetened rice liquor). Sure, the flesh was scarce at best, but the reward ...

Though Naniwa serves kakigōri (shaved ice), which is as much a part of summer in Japan as the relentless shrieking of cicadas, the cafe is best known for its fish-shaped taiyaki hot cakes. These are baked the traditional way, with a filling of sweet ...

Okuman is all about the fish: head, bones, fins and tail. And eyes and scales, and entrails too — that’s what you get at Okuman.

Unlike, most ramen joints, you're given the option of five noodles, each of different girth, to suit your taste, all of which are fresh and cooked to perfection with just the right amount of bite. And instead of the regular chunk of pork, the ...

Sushi Masa lies somewhere between the ubiquitous unfussy kaiten-zushi restaurants and the upscale fashionable places where one is awed into silence (by anticipation of the fare and the bill), but in terms of price and atmosphere it is closer to the former.

Mantenya might possibly be the weirdest -- and it could turn out to be the most memorable -- restaurant I've ever set foot in. When I say pocket-sized, I'm not exaggerating by much. There are three tables, two of which practically spill out the ...

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