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T

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

Just about everything you eat and drink at T (pronounced ‘Tay’) is grown, netted or brewed ...

Oak Door

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

A huge selection of premium steaks (each wagyu steer individually identified), cooked to order ...

Vietnamese Cyclo

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

There’s more style than content to this Saigon eaterie, down to the cyclo trishaw parked at the ...

Oshima

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

Oshima offers traditional Japanese food from the Kaga (Kanazawa) area, expertly prepared and ...

Yamamoto Yama

Shops , Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

Sells a wide selection of Japanese and Chinese teas and implements for sado, the tea ceremony.

Botan

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

Botan’s charm lies in its history and classic wooden premises as much as its food. There’s only ...

Ippudo

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

Once you get past all the ordering choices – red or white pork broth; noodles soft-cooked, ...

Stellato

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

Stellato combines a flair for the dramatic – huge chandeliers, a blazing log fire and an ...

Mugitoro

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

The speciality at this Japanese restaurant is rice cooked with barley and served with a bowl of ...

Shunju Tsugihagi

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

The largest member of the ever-reliable Shunju group conforms to a tried-and-tested ...

Beacon

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

Another venture by David Chiddo (the man behind Cicada and TY Harbor), this one is described as ...

Café Paulista

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

This Brazilian-themed Ginza establishment was founded back in 1914. The all-natural beans are ...

Myojinshita Kandagawa

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

In this splendid old townhouse kimono-clad waitresses serve succulent, tender eel grilled over ...

Ikenohata Yabu Soba

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

Kanda Yabu Soba has spawned numerous shops run by former apprentices. This one, open only for ...

Sasanoyuki

Restaurants & Cafés  |  Sep 17 2009

Tokyo’s most famous tofu restaurant was founded way back in the Edo period by a tofu-maker ...

Isegen

Restaurants & Cafés  |  9 17 2009

Isegen’s legendary anko nabe (monkfish casserole) is basic but warming – just like the ...

Crayon House Hiroba

Restaurants & Cafés  |  9 17 2009

Sitting next to a natural food shop, Crayon House is not exclusively vegetarian, but serves up ...

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