Find this Japanese culinary temple tucked into a subterranean space that feels more like a modern lounge. Enter to discover a mere smattering of deep-seated chairs, coffee tables, green glass table lamps, as well as a few area rugs strewn about. A record player spinning vinyl enhances the overall intimate and library-like vibe.
Yoshoku is the focus of this kitchen's style, with the likes of karaage, udon, sandos, and curry complete with their own creative twists. Case in point: the Aoi katsu is a fried ham cutlet, complemented by savory tonkatsu sauce, fried bites and perfectly tangy pickles. The teishoku set is presented on a light wood tray and may proffer miso soup, yellowtail sashimi, campari tomato marinated in sugar, and yuzu with sudachi jelly.