Hashiya
Yoyogi-Koen: Yoshoku
Hashiya (Yoyogi-Koen: Yoshoku)
Hashiya
Open 11:30am-9pm (LO). Closed Thursdays.
Sun: Open Sundays
no smoking: No smoking

This Japanese-spaghetti pioneer has been offering their unique take on pasta since the 1950s, with over sixty variations on the menu. One of the more popular options features sea urchin, squid and cod roe, served in a sweet, buttery sauce flavored with soy sauce and topped with strips of nori seaweed.

Another crowd favorite is the shrimp and kinoko mushroom spaghetti, with big, flavorful shrimps in a sweet-tasting buttery sauce. They also offer a lot of pastas with clams and various other ingredients, served with an optional garlic sauce, and a big section of cod-roe variations. The noodles are pleasantly firm and chewy, and overall the flavors are well-balanced without being overpowering.

The old-fashioned dining room consists of a few tables plus a big counter area wrapping around the open kitchen. Budget around Y1200-1500 for most pastas. On Wednesdays they serve lunch only, and close at 3pm.

Yoyogi-Koen
Shibuya-ku, Tomigaya 1-3-10.
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