This 60-seat shophouse restaurant—featuring exposed brick walls and dark leather chairs—was designed by Japanese firm Lack Land. The place draws a good crowd of Japanese expats and locals with their affordable set meals: Lunch will set you back just $29 while dinner goes for $69. They also offer a la carte dishes including mushroom risotto ($12) and king crab croquettes ($13). Drink-wise, there’s solid selection of wines to go with the food from affordable bottles like Santa Helena sauvignon blanc 2014 ($49) to celebratory bubbly (think Cristal 2007; $499).
A crab party, pancakes for dinner and places to pamper mum this Mother’s Day
There is no need to pub crawl that night
Expect your morning cuppa from Omotesando Koffee and pantry essentials by The Providore
OneRepublic and Duran Duran are also holding their own full-length concerts