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This strange take on pan-European "tapas" comes from the owners of Japanese bakery Panya next door. The menu lists burgers, salads, sandwiches, and an array of small-ish plates. The food is cooked relatively skillfully, but it seems off-kilter somehow, as in a dish of octopus in which the promised paprika is masked by a ratatouille-like mash of peppers and tomato. Still, it's a pleasant place for a glass of wine, and the interior is attractive, made up to look like the inside of a barrel.
I heard that their duck confit spaghetti is amazing, so decided to have dinner with my boyfriend there. It was a bit hard to find, so don't get lost everyone. It's next to Yokocho (which is next to the book store at the corner).
I usually don't eat duck, but their duck confit spaghetti was absolutely delicious! I can eat it three times a day. Thanks to their check-in special, I could taste their pintxos and the shrimp was fresh, boosting my appetite for sure. We ordered two different red wines. One was the wine that we can taste at any other places (but was good enough), and the other one was so new to us! We really enjoyed it a lot.
It's a beautiful place from both outside and inside, very cozy and romantic. Servers are also nice. It was such a lovely night and I'll visit again sometime soon. *The portion of food is a bit small. Be aware of that before you go!
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