The bagel-maker here studied his craft at Ess-a-bagel in New York, and like that shop Ozo produces dense, heavy, hand-rolled bagels with a firm crust and chewy interior. They sell eleven varieties, including poppy seed, onion, everything, whole-wheat everything and honey cranberry, priced at Y200-260 each.
Cream-cheese spreads range from maple-raisin walnut and cinnamon apple to sun-dried tomato and lox. They also offer a good number of bagel sandwiches, including pastrami, egg salad, bologna and cheese, tandoori chicken and ham-mozzarella. The sandwich menu changes daily.
Note that the shop is generally open every Wednesday and Friday, but is closed some Tuesdays and Saturdays. Check their Twitter feed for details.
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