4.5 based on 769 reviews
New York Bar is a must-visit if you're in Shinjuku! Splendid view of the entire Tokyo's skyline. We requested for a window seat and the experience is totally amazing! But you have to pay for a levy to dine-in if you're not staying at the...MoreThank you for your warm words. We are delighted to hear that you enjoyed your time with us. Look forward to welcoming you again soon!
4.5 based on 172 reviews
Lovely afternoon tea. Wide variety of teas, in a beautiful atmosphere. Plentiful sweet and savoury treats, though a better balance of savoury would have been preferable.
4.5 based on 98 reviews
KURIYA will be closed from January 30 to <br>February 15.<br>Dear customers I,m sorry when I express it first It costs the table chage of 300yen of one I,m sorry Non smoking seat There is no I,m sorry Please pay all together I,m sorry Lunch is not open I,m sorry. Please refrain from Visit us children. Because Non smoking seat There is no I,m sorry we don't take Reservations. Between December We are off on Sunday
I had Christmas dinner here with my family and we were blown away. Amongst the 5 of us we have very different dietary preferences/ restrictions. The English menu is marked with vegetarian friendly items and there is a range of options from veggie, chicken, seafood and more. The atmosphere is excellent and since it’s a small restaurant we truly felt we found a gem. We ordered tuna tartare, fried soft shell crab, fried tofu, clam and tofu miso soups, yakatori, wasabi squid, and mushroom and cheese tempura. We all left full and happy. Everything was excellent and a great value.
Besides that service was top notch and staff was very friendly!
4 based on 75 reviews
Definitely a great value, for the price you get a TON.
The shrimp tempura was very nice, but be careful as the tempura gets soggy after a while (ok pretty quickly).
Everything we had was good and we highly recommend the place, note cash only and NO english whatsoever, but it's non smoking.
4 based on 98 reviews
Interestingly enough I found this through the Amazon series "Prime Japan - Ramen" where it was among the featured restaurants. When I went to Tokyo a few weeks later I decided to give it a try. It can be reached via the Marunouchi subway line from the city center in about 30 min, then you walk five minutes from the train station. Having a picture of the entrance door is really helpful if you can't read Japanese characters. The inside has a bar like seat row plus some tables in the back. There are a couple of variations of ramen available, but pointing on a picture at the wall was enough to order. People looked a bit surprised at me, so apparently there are not many foreigners. But everything went time and the ramen was indeed fantastic. One of the best I ever had. On the Amazon series they report that the whole crew has to taste the ramen in the morning when it's prepared to ensure a continuously high quality. It was lots of fun watching the cooks preparing the bowls, which went pretty quickly. So after about 15 minutes I was done and paid directly to the waiter. Was an excellent non-touristic and authentic experience, will certainly come back.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
The tempura here is delicious. They are obviously using fresh food and the batter is crispy but not overwhelming. The rice was sort of sweet, and there was plenty to fill up on. The main chef was extremely charismatic and friendly. This is an intimate restaurant where you can watch them cook up close and chat with your neighbor.
4.5 based on 168 reviews
Friendly and good english speaking staff. Food was great with good quality meats from pork to beef. Very wide selection of drinks. We made reservation earlier to avoid long queue and were given a table upon arrival. Definitely will come back again.Thank you for posting comments. Thank you for coming. We are looking forward to seeing you again!
4 based on 47 reviews
On the second Sunday every month Kokeshiya does a fun breakfast in their parking lot from 8:30 to 10:30. Croissants, quiche, beef curry, omelettes all kinds of stuff with wine and beer flowing. It can add up quickly as each item costs about 500 yen but it's a fun atmosphere and very busy. You can count on line-ups.
5 based on 26 reviews
Amazing food, wonderful atmosphere, beautiful imagery and art such as Zoroastrian painting, Very cute little birds in cages also. The owner is also very kind and talked alot with me and let me play his Tanbur after I told him I was a professional musician. The price and quality of the food along with the atmosphere make this a place you should definitely go to not just once but many times.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
About 3 minutes from Nishiogikubo station (North Exit) of JR Chuo line, this tiny restaurant run by a family invites you with wax displays of mainly Chinese dishes. From its menu, it should be called a Chinese restaurant. But many foodies come here for one dish called Katsudon (pork cutlet donburi). I was there just 4 minutes after opening and saw already 5 people before me lining up in font of the shop. Just about 5 minutes to 12 noon, the second group (myself included) was ushered in. Almost immediately, everyone was ordering Katsudon. It's good to know (see) that pork cutlet is fried with each order in lard oil. When it's done, it is cut and quickly transferred to a shallow pan filled with onion and stock sauce (tsuyu). There lightly stirred egg is added and the cutlet is cooked for about 30, 40 seconds. When you bite into the cutlet, it's crunchy and gives you a wonderful, well balanced taste of saltines and sweet tsuyu. Combined with egg and rice, the dish gives you an almost indescribable satisfaction to your gastronomic senses. The cutlet is not anything special. Nor it is large or thick. Yet this ordinary Katsudon makes you feel that you have eaten something special and unique. You might say it's a Katsudon nirvana.
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