The fried chicken wings here are really, really good. They're seasoned with . . . I don't know. Something addictive, because I usually have to get my own order of wings when I dine with someone else because splitting 1 order isn't good enough for me. I also get the karei karaage. Please excuse the spelling, but it's the fried halibut chunks served in a dish made out of the rest of the fish's body. It's really, really good!
It's hard for me to pick favorites because I've enjoyed almost everything except for the grated potato with quail egg (had no idea the egg would be raw, so when I slurped it down the texture wasn't too pleasing to me). I also usually order the grilled eggplant with miso topping, as well as the hanpen cheese, which are fish cakes with cheese, breaded and fried. Those are so good and I would never have though of ordering them if someone hadn't recommended them to me.
I wash everything down with some Sapporo. The plates are small and inexpensive and perfect for sharing. Gets rather crowded, especially on weekends. I usually don't bother going after 7:30 PM because I hate waiting.