I've gone to this place with large groups many times, and the only talking we do is ""mmm""s between sake sips and food bites. If you have problems choosing what to eat, this is the place to go. You can get anything fried garlic, fried camembert, sushi, ribs, miso. It's all good! The best dish isn't even on the menu--okonomyaki. It's almost like a little pie, very rich, and they'll even make it vegetarian for you! The only danger is getting too many little dishes and spending a lot of money.
Pros: Okonomyaki, everything
Cons: Can accidentally spend a lot