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“It is safe to say that there is no other bar owner in Tokyo who can match Mark Kagaya for brilliant lunacy. His side-splitting antics are this humble izakaya 's star attraction although his mum's nourishing home-cooking also hits the spot. Bookings are essential. ”
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“"The largest outlet in Australian chef Bill Granger's overseas empire does have a waterside location, although the heavily trafficked Decks shopping mall is a far cry from the Shonan coastline spot that provided a home to Granger's first overseas outpost, Bills Shichirigahama. In decor and ambience, Bills Odaiba feels more reminiscent of its Yokohama sibling – albeit bigger, with space for just over 200 people. The fabled (and, dare we say it, slightly overrated) scrambled eggs and pancakes are present, but the chief selling point is an all-new kids menu, which Granger hopes will introduce youngsters to some new tastes and textures. Denny's it ain't: the Wagyu burger, parmesan crusted schnitzel with garlic mashed potatoes, and spaghetti with cherry tomatoes, ricotta, spinach and pecorino are all adapted from the grown-ups' menu, while there's also a new dish, grilled salmon with mashed potatoes, green beans and roast tomato. All are available, with a choice of three desserts, for ¥1,300. Bills Odaiba is a resounding success, and it makes the other culinary offerings at Decks look positively dowdy in comparison. Yet there's a nagging sense of functionality to the place that could stop people falling for it as hard as they did with the Shichirigahama branch. Once a novelty that was worth an expedition in itself, Bills suddenly feels a little... ordinary." ”
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“You are able to learn disaster prevention against earthquake and tsunami. No fee for entry. Open Hours 9:30~17:00. Closed on Mondays.”
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“Azabu-Juban is a melting pot of locals and ex-pats. It’s close to Roppongi and Roppongi Hills. If you are in the area, you’ll want to visit a small but special Italian restaurant. They are open for lunch and dinner. The quality and service are great. As many restaurants offer lunch time “deals”, this one is no exception. You choose a main course and then can chose a drink, an appetizer, a salad, etc. It’s a fixed price depending on how many things you order. The quality of the food was very good and in the summer, the windows are open to the street. It has 2 floors so you can do people watching from multiple levels.”
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“"The largest outlet in Australian chef Bill Granger's overseas empire does have a waterside location, although the heavily trafficked Decks shopping mall is a far cry from the Shonan coastline spot that provided a home to Granger's first overseas outpost, Bills Shichirigahama. In decor and ambience, Bills Odaiba feels more reminiscent of its Yokohama sibling – albeit bigger, with space for just over 200 people. The fabled (and, dare we say it, slightly overrated) scrambled eggs and pancakes are present, but the chief selling point is an all-new kids menu, which Granger hopes will introduce youngsters to some new tastes and textures. Denny's it ain't: the Wagyu burger, parmesan crusted schnitzel with garlic mashed potatoes, and spaghetti with cherry tomatoes, ricotta, spinach and pecorino are all adapted from the grown-ups' menu, while there's also a new dish, grilled salmon with mashed potatoes, green beans and roast tomato. All are available, with a choice of three desserts, for ¥1,300. Bills Odaiba is a resounding success, and it makes the other culinary offerings at Decks look positively dowdy in comparison. Yet there's a nagging sense of functionality to the place that could stop people falling for it as hard as they did with the Shichirigahama branch. Once a novelty that was worth an expedition in itself, Bills suddenly feels a little... ordinary." ”
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