Review excerpt: If you’ve just dropped by Siam Shokudo for a Singha or two, there’s a good selection of light starters, including freshly made spring rolls with extra coriander, in deference to Japan’s current infatuation with the fragrant green herb. If you’re having dinner, ...

Once a tradesman's store, this two-story timber-frame house has had new life breathed into it, reincarnated as an izakaya tavern. Unlike its neighbors, many of which offer boisterous carousing and entertainments of a rather more dubious nature, Tamayura is quiet, wholesome and entirely welcoming.

Unlike the sake list, the food menu has evolved over the years, blending basic izakaya staples with numerous touches of creative flair.

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