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Ketchup rice, mayonnaise spaghetti, and deep-fried hamburger patties are staples at Fort St. George. The food here is exactly like what you would get at a Denny's in Tokyo: Japanese interpretations of Western cuisine, also known as yoshoku. To Americans accustomed to pretty plates of sashimi and sushi, it can be unglamorous, even gross. But to the immigrants, exchange students, and those who've spent time abroad who eat at Fort St. George regularly, it's pure comfort food. Sure, it looks and feels more like a dive bar than a restaurant. Plates are $10 and come with miso soup. It's open for late night dining in the International District, too.
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