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Gumbo and Oyster
Bar/
Shinjuku: Seafood
₯5369-5017
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The oysters on the
half shell here are
top quality and are
priced accordingly -
prices on a recent
visit ranged from
Y460-700 per piece,
with imported Kuma-
moto oysters from
Washington state at
the high end. Other
popular starters
here are the seafood
cocktails with spicy
barbecue sauce,
featuring mussels,
clams, shrimp, lob-
ster and clams, and
a combination plat-
ter of most of the
above.

If you want to fol-
low up your starters
with something more
substantial, the pan
roasts are well
worth a try. The
mussel and scallop
one turns out to be
a spicy tomato-based
stew with a good-
sized helping of New
Zealand mussels and
Hokkaido scallops.
Firm chunks of top-
grade green aspara-
gus spears provide a
nice contrast in
both texture and
flavor. The gumbo is
even spicier - it
comes with a do-it-
yourself helping of
jalapeno sauce on
the side of the
bowl, half of which
was more than enough
for this gumbo lov-
er. The flavors are
rich and seafood-
heavy, soaked up by
a big scoop of rice
in the center.

Pan roasts and gumbo
are Y1400-1600;
seafood cocktails
are Y1000-2200. Wine
is Y700/glass, and
from Y4500/bottle.
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Shinjuku-ku, Shin-
juku 3-38-1, Lumine
EST Shinjuku 8F.
[Shinjuku station
east exit]
 Open 11am-11pm
daily.
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