Had an early dinner on Saturday at 5.15pm there so there were only a few other people in the restaurant. We ordered quite a few things to share - the fish chazuke, chicken nanban (fried chicken), salmon head, teriyaki squid, wasabi octopus and a spicy ramen with gyoza. Most of the dishes were outstanding especially the chicken nanban which was absolutely moist and crispy at the same time. The ramen was the most disappointing but came in a huge bowl that was really unique and really - it's hard to make good ramen compared to speciality ramen restaurants which is what we were comparing it to. The salmon head was melt in your mouth and the squid was cooked just right. The wasabi octopus is a great starter as well - really whet our appetites. It was fairly reasonable for the amount of food with the bill coming to about 27 each shared between the 3 of us.
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