At Vin Chou (which they rhyme with "banjo"), the chicken of preference is prime Date-jidori, one of the finest, most flavorful varieties of Japanese fowl. Rather more unusually, though, the menu also offers Bresse chicken wings, quail, cuts of Barbary duck and halves of ...

When Suzuki first opened Aramasa, the idea of providing Tokyoites with the local food and drink of furthest Akita was almost as exotic as it would be now, say, to serve Ethiopian cuisine (though, of course, he had the advantage of constant support from ...

Excerpt review: Everything from crushing the grains and mixing them with boiling water to allowing the mixture to ferment is done inside the pub -- and customers can view the tanks that store the fermenting beer as they walk in. It takes 10 days ...

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