Old-school Japanese breakfast joint. Most regulars smoke cigarettes and sip on coffee as they read the morning paper inside this modest cafe whose interior still sports an older decor. It's very authentic.
I actually hesitated to give this 4 stars; still, it's an experience, the food is very good and the coffee is good too. I had eggs, toast and sausage, which came with a spoonful of potato salad, and everything was surprisingly tasty for how simple it was. If you like thick, fluffy Japanese bread with butter, you'll be served.
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