A Japanese Taste of the West
If at any point you get sick of rice and noodles, or just fancy seeing how the Japanese understand Western cuisine you should totally check out any of the millions of Saizeria branches throughout Japan.
Not only is it quite amusing to sample Asian versions of our dishes, but it's actually really cheap. Most of the dishes are quite small but if you go with friends and get a couple to share it still works out as value for money.
Wine is extremely cheap (and comes in a giant bottle) and surprisingly drinkable. Saizeria's are usually open late, sometimes 24/7, and there's always one close at hand. [more]
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