Japanese

Marusan

Restaurateur Hideyuki Imaizumi and kaiseki chef Tetsuya Shimizu’s combined culinary efforts have us convinced that Marusan is serving up some of the best Japanese fare in town. One bite was all it took, and—trust us on this one—that’s all it will take to get you hooked, too. At this new eatery, prepare to dive into bowl after bowl of savory ramen and curry donburi or the table d’hôte of teishoku topped with a silky onsen (‘hot spring’) egg. Add on some crispy-on-the-outside, juicy-on-the-inside karaage chicken for a real feast.