My family really enjoyed the curry udon. Kids loved the plain udon. Interior is quite good. Noodles are narrow one which were easy to eat for kids.
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Taken here by a friend who works nearby, we sampled a broad cross section of the Kurosawa's specialties. It all tasted excellent - from the tofu custards to fried miso, tempura vegetables, seaweed and cold noodles to finish. We had a small private room to...More
A great ponzu salad starter with crab followed by a pork cutlet, warmed taste buds for the main course of Curried Udon. I had mine with ribs, it was excellent and the shrimp curried Udon looked even better. A cold beer and some Sake topped...More
If you looking for haute cuisine then this wouldn't be your cup of tea. Judging by some of the comments therefore perhaps there was an expectation gap. Straight forward and honest, down to earth curried udon restaurant that is inexpensive but offer really good "comfort"...More
a beautiful old room, owned by the son of Akira Kurosawa, serves delicious udon (we had the duck and the curry udons). The Menchi katsu is the best in Tokyo. ( a ground meat croquette).
Located on trendy Azabu Street in Roppongi, this is fine restaurant serving mostly locals enthusiastically slurping delicious udon. An English menu is available. Try the lip-smacking appetizers. Comfort food par excellence.
Poor service and poor food - don't go. We had a junior teppanyaki chef serving us, and he burnt the foie gras and vegetables. We had to send it back. Not sure if it was because we were foreigners when we booked, but it was...More
Excellent Teppan Yaki in the heart of Tsukiji. Pricey, but most good Teppan is. The setting is an old Japanese house from 1927. You'll love the food and the old house. Cool detail: the name comes from Akira Kurosawa, famous Japanese movie director. His momentos/photos...More