Posts Tagged ‘washoku’
Yes I’m back again at Kaikaya, which I first visited back in 2009 and wrote about it. I liked it so much that I decided to return to Kaikaya again this time to try some other dishes there.
Hirosaku is a homely little restaurant that is family-run, helmed by a fatherly chef and his very kind wife. Sometimes at night their daughter helps them out as well.
Suzunari is a cosy little restaurant located deep in the heart of Yotsuya San-chrome, buried down in those narrow alleyways. It’s actually a bit hard to find if they didn’t have a whole bunch of flowers outside.
This washoku restaurant in Shibuya uses the techniques of traditional Kyoto cuisine to create a fusion Japanese style of food. There is only 1 set course for the whole day and it changes every month. It is a small restaurant and the ambiance inside is nice and cosy.