After leaving the Double Coffee Manhattan location very close by due to very poor service (none), we were standing outside and saw a local friend going into Tokyo City. We felt that he was a young "hipster" who probably knew the town well, so we also went in to Tokyo City for dinner. There are large color signs on the window with photos advertising food items available for purchase. A portion of the restaurant faces a lovely park.
We were pleasantly surprised to find a lot of staff working. We were immediately greeted and told we could sit wherever we wanted. Though there were no menus in English, our waiter patiently explained items available and answered any questions we had.
While we were waiting, we were given hot washcloths to wipe our hands. The timing of our meal was nice, as we first ordered drinks which were served immediately. Soon thereafter, a spicy chicken with noodles dish my husband ordered came out. The dish was fantastic. Then our pizza and my husband's eel sushi was served. He said that sushi is some of the best he's ever had (we are foodies and have eaten sushi on the California coastline among many other places). Also, he was given a generous amount of the eel, which was flavorful and well seasoned. I was able to custom request a margarita pizza with pepperoni, as a single topping of pepperoni was not on the menu. Pizza was good, though the Asian food was much better.
Service was attentive and among the best we had experienced in Latvia during our week long vacation. Despite the restaurant closing early due to a Latvian holiday (Sunday, June 23 and Monday, June 24) we were still treated with dignity and at no time were we rushed out.
I admit that I was skeptical at first at how food would taste at a place that served both pizza and Asian food, but everything was great. We were impressed with the food and service at this restaurant, and would definitely return.