This place is very popular and boisterous, as all the staff shouts a Japanese welcome to patrons upon arrival, and orders are often fired off to the cooks behind the counter in the same way. It's not typical Japanese food, as you can't get any sushi. Instead the menu features izakaya dishes, a Japanese variation on tapas, with interesting concoctions like deep-fried squid, seared salmon sashimi and grilled pork cheek or beef tongue. The price-to-portion ratio makes for a fantastic value.
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