Izakaya are traditionally described as casual places for after-work drinking and inexpensive food, in Japan. Not exactly a cookie cut example, all the same, this novelty spot is fit for group fun. A quirky atmosphere with animated and eager staff, the modern décor, Japanese pop music, 'Wasabi Girl' (with neon green hair and freshly ground wasabi served on demand), set a vibrant tone. Three stations (robata, tepanyaki and sushi) offer a wide selection of dishes. Food is served when it's ready and there is an emphasis on sharing. CP Tip: The scallops and the chef's edamame dumplings are a must.
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