Yumeya Sake House
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Yumeya Sake House information
This simple stucco and bamboo box of an izakaya (Japanese pub) has loyal fans thanks to its large assortment of small plates: tempura, kushi-katsu (fried meats on skewers), udon noodles and small plates like black cod with miso and bay scallops with shimeji mushrooms. There’s a great sake selection, Japanese beers and shochu (Japanese distilled spirit), all with a cheery reggae soundtrack.