Let’s Eat - - WHAT'S INSIDE -

In a per­fect world, the play on words of next-door neigh­bor’s er­satz Ni­hongo, “Wan­tu­sawa” would be coun­tered by the dou­ble en­ten­dre Pilipino pho­netic of “Ebi 10”. But it’s not. It’s sheer serendip­ity that the spe­cial­ties of the two restau­rants at the far end of Tam­bai Al­ley not only com­ple­ment each other per­fectly (and yes, you can cross-order from each restau­rant’s menu, so no need to go back and forth), but their names both sound like they came from the same witty word­smith. But Ebi 10 is a real Ja­panese term: Ebi-ten, “外観”,

1 Open Kitchen 2 Mixed Tem­pura 3 Salmon Aburi Sushi 4 Ba­con Yak­isoba 5 In­te­ri­ors 01 02

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