Part gallery, part bookstore, NADiff is a local art-scene hub. The bookstore is among the city’s best for art books and there are a few...
Some of the world’s greatest performers have graced the stage at Liquid Room, from the Flaming Lips and Sonic Youth to Linton Kwesi...
Hardly your typical, surly rāmen-ya, Afuri has upbeat young cooks and a hip industrial interior. The unorthodox menu might draw...
Nationally famous, this rāmen shop specialises in tonkotsu (pork broth) noodles. While the akamaru rāmen (rich pork broth with red seasoning oil) is tailored towards the Tokyo palate, the shiromaru (milder, 'white' pork broth) is pure Kyūshū (grate fresh garlic over it for authenticity). You'll have to queue at peak periods and, as a courtesy, should take no more than 20 minutes to eat, but it's well worth it.