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Hitsujiya/
Yotsuya 3-chome:
Middle Eastern
₯5357-7920
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Lamb kebabs and
incredibly cheap
wines from around
the world are the
attractions at this
casual Yotsuya din-
ing spot. Wines
start at under Y1000
per bottle, thanks
to their policy of
marking up wines by
only Y100 over re-
tail prices. If
you're feeling ad-
venturous, many of
the choices repre-
sent lesser-known
wine-producing coun-
tries like Uruguay,
Moldova, Azerbaijan
and Croatia.

We found a South
African cabernet
that we didn't mind
sticking with, but
it's easy to explore
the rest of the list
since all wines are
available by the
glass or half-bot-
tle, and there's
also a six-wine
tasting set priced
at Y1050. Imported
beers follow the
same policy of Y100
markup over retail,
so you can find
brews like Stone IPA
and Old Rasputin
Russian Imperial
Stout for around
Y650 a bottle.

Highlights of the
food menu include
various shish kebabs
(the Peruvian ones
are surprisingly
spicy), and a pleas-
antly garlicky sau-
teed spinach. The
menu also offers
many other lamb
dishes from Asia and
Europe, and a page
of Cajun dishes,
although we found
these to be more
hit-or-miss.

As far as atmosphere
goes, we were treat-
ed to a rather loud
Queen concert video
as background enter-
tainment during two
separate visits.
Budget around Y3000-
4000 for dinner with
drinks, or perhaps
less if you stick to
the Y1000 per bottle
wines.
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Shinjuku-ku, Yot-
suya 3-13-24, Mizuki
Bldg 2F.  Open 11:
30am-2, 6:30-10:30pm
(LO) daily.
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