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Champagne & Gyoza Bar

Review excerpt: First impressions are positive: Champagne & Gyoza Bar is bright, welcoming, accessible. You perch on simple stools at a counter that runs three sides of a compact open kitchen. The layout feels more like a gleaming, pristine version of a ramen shop ...

4.5 km
Mensho

Review excerpt: The signature seafood ramen at Mensho is a remarkable creation. It arrives in a stylish white bowl with a wide rim on which morsels of cooked scallop are balanced, scattered with yellow karasumi (bottarga) and carbonized negi (Welsh onion) powder.

4.5 km
Harmonie

This is the great thing about Harmonie. You can settle in upstairs for a full-scale dinner with a grand cru, or you can sit downstairs and snack on light bistro fare. You can drop by early in the evening for a quick pastis, or ...

4.5 km
Tribes

In terms of food, Africa still remains an unknown continent for most people -- with the exception of the distinctive and delicious cuisine of the Maghreb. Wisely, Ishikawa has understood that accessibility is more important than authenticity, and he has worked with his chefs ...

4.5 km
Hackers Bar

"In a nutshell it's a bar where you can consult a hacker. We aim to be a bar where you can not only talk about system development, but also how to proceed with your business and manage it," says Nakao. "As a result, I ...

4.5 km
Malins

Bright, friendly and spotlessly clean, Malins is little bigger than a hole-in-the-wall. You head to the hatch at the back, order and pay, then wait for your food to arrive. Although there is some simple seating on high stools out front, this is certainly ...

4.5 km
Takazawa Bar

The food menu reflects Takazawa's unwavering focus on premium Japanese ingredients, as always straddling the divide between Japanese and Western. His superb ankimo (monkfish liver) comes from Sado Island, off the coast of Niigata Prefecture. He offers a delectable pate de campagne (country terrine) ...

4.5 km
Hisio (Sidedoor hisio)

Oysters this fresh need absolutely no further ornamentation. But lightly cooked -- baked or deep-fried -- they are every bit as good. What can beat classic oysters Rockefeller or fried oysters with a simple tartar sauce? Well, try them with Hisio's patent Chinese black ...