Lonely Planet review
A Japanese restaurant that is full of Japanese travellers is almost always a good sign. Dishes include udon noodles, cold soba noodles, rice bowls, bento boxes and gyoza dumplings (the Japanese version of a momo) but most people opt for one of the set meals, which come with salad, miso soup and pickles. Bright and calming, with traditional sitting area and tables, it’s perfect for a light dinner, though there are more reliable places for sushi. It’s hidden down an alley opposite Weizen Bakery.