Friday, March 31, 2006

Every so often I come across a place that I enjoy so much that I think it's only fair that I pass on the deets.
Izakaya
The restaurant/lounge swirls notes of streamlined design around Tokyo-centric nuances, generating a slavishly fashionable eatery devoted to Izakaya-style cuisine, remaining faithful right down to the low prices. The setting consists of a communal style, deco-splendent dining area - six wooden tables (sadly, with uncomfortable, backless benches) and a row of banquettes along the east wall. All this is stuffed into a refurbished 19th century building, with a whimsical front lounge, linked by a dramatic, glacierlike central bar.

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Anonymous not lisa said...

see, i am not for izakaya. i think i can get better value with better food elsewhere. i did like their dumpling however...no izakaya tonight!

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