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All reviews king crab scallops crab legs sashimi fresh seafood chicken wings mixed tempura great atmosphere john dory train tracks yurakucho station tsukiji market hole in the wall cold beer gastro pub busy restaurant monday night
We made a reservation thru our hotel 30 days in advance for dinner. The place is certainly unique and packed with folks by 6pm. The food was quite good. The king crab was very good, but pricey. The sushi (we had two grades of tuna)...More
We had heard so much about this fabulous restaurant and several friends had recommended it, so on our latest trip to japan we just HAD to go, It did not disappoint. The KING CRAB was to die for and the whole vibe of the place...More
Wonderful find! Excellent meal in very friendly buzzing restaurant run by expat Brit but even so we were the only westerners in the place apart from Andy! A good recommendation! Easy to find from Yurakucho Station and opens at 5pm. If not going as they...More
Great visit here. We arrived at 5pm and it was already busy, we didn’t have a reservation but they could accommodate us until 730 which was enough time to enjoy the place and its food and drink.
We had a number of plates and beers,...More
This place has become a tourist spot where you hardly see locals anymore. Having said so, they haven't really changed anything in terms of service or food. You won't find any hidden treasures in terms of dishes but they serve solid izakaya (japanese version of...More
Andy has so much seafood. You will likely see him working as host when you arrive. Then you get to eat all the seafoods. The king crab was my favorite. A huge pile of leg and knuckle meat. The sashimi platter included fatty tuna. Somehow...More
This is a typical Izakaya under the rail track in Yurakucho. What is not typical about this place is that it's owned by Andy, a Brit. Andy has been around for a long time and he makes it his (almost) a mission to serve good...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular