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šTavern on S/
Nishi-Shinjuku:
International
₯6632-9595
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Open 21 hours a day
and conveniently
located next to
Shinjuku Station's
south exit, this
glitzy new bar-res-
taurant is a fun
destination whatever
you're looking for -
a casual group din-
ner, a late-night
snack or just a
quick drink or two
at the bar. The
large dining room is
lavishly decorated
and quite lively,
with a standing bar
up front and a
greenery-shielded
open-air section
facing Southern
Terrace's pedestrian
walkway.

The kitchen turns
out a mix of tempt-
ing late-night
drink-friendly fare
(lobster deviled
eggs, smoky tomato
square pizza and
"crazy hot chicken")
and creative inter-
pretations of stan-
dards like grilled
swordfish, bagna
cauda and burgers.
Be prepared for
surprises - our
kefta-style meat-
balls in tomato
tapenade incorporat-
ed tasty beef
tongue, and our
delicious falafel
balls with tahini
sauce were definite-
ly falafel-flavored
but more like tiny
dumplings in tex-
ture.

The bar serves sev-
eral imported craft
beers from US brew-
eries like Ballast
Point, Saint Archer
and Schooner Exact,
along with tropical
drinks and a range
of botanical cock-
tails like elder-
flower fizz. There's
a decent list of
budget wines priced
at Y2500 per bottle,
and an impressive
selection of Mock-
tails for non-drink-
ers.

Service is friendly
and professional,
seating is comfort-
able, and the back-
ground music is
bouncy without being
frenetic. Budget
around Y3000-4000
for a dinner-size
helping of small
dishes and drinks.
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