Suidobashi: Izakaya
Unikura (Suidobashi: Izakaya)
Open 5-11:30pm daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

Indulge yourself with a big tray of fresh uni or ikura to accompany your favorite sake at this cozy little izakaya. If you're not in the mood for a whole box of uni (Y2980) there are delicate small dishes like uni with fresh yuba, and ikura with sour cream and olive oil. Chewy charcoal-grilled ray fins and crunchy, toasted eel bones also make excellent sake snacks.

The sake selection includes eleven limited-edition seasonal labels from small breweries as well as a dozen or so well-known craft sake available year-round. The comfortable interior features a wide counter as well as table seating, with dried fish skeletons adorning the walls and sixties jazz playing in the background. Budget around Y3000-4500 for food and drink at dinnertime.

Chiyoda-ku, Misakicho 2-10-5, Kinoshita Bldg B1F.
東京都千代田区三崎町2-10-5 木下ビル B1F
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