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Ruby/
Takadanobaba:
Burmese
₯6907-3944
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Ruby is a friendly
place that attracts
a lively crowd of
drinkers and eaters.
They have a complete
Japanese-language
menu, listing some
Malaysian-style
dishes like satay in
addition to a full
range of Burmese
food.

Highly recommended
is the Tofu-joh
(Y550), a Burmese
style tofu made from
yellow lentils and
spice, and deep
fried in small
squares. Served with
a thick, sweet-hot-
savory dipping
sauce, it has a
crunchy exterior and
an interior texture
like the corn masa
in a Mexican tamale,
but with a flavor
closer to Indian
papad. The A-Soh-Na-
Hin (Y780) consists
of long-simmered
chunks of stringy
beef in a richly
flavored sauce simi-
lar to a Northern
Indian curry, gar-
nished with a large
sprig of spearmint
leaves. Both rice
and paratha (a thin
bread) are also on
the menu.

There's a nicely
varied buffet at
lunchtime, priced at
around Y1000. Closed
for lunch on Satur-
days; open until 5am
Saturday and Sunday
evenings.
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Toshima-ku, Takada
3-8-5.  Open 11:
30am-2:30, 5pm-mid-
night daily.
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