Not a traditional izakaya but a fun experience. Come early or on a weekday. No reservations so expect a long line outside. Greeted by a loud Irashamasse. Seated communally in long rows. Check the menu out beforehand to see what they have. Have had the whole menu in its current incarnation now with the gomae, shabu shabu salad, Deep fried Brie and BBQ pork as my favourites. I loved everything but found the sauce on the okonomiyaki to be a bit strong for my palate. The bill was lower than I expected.
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