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Negiya Heikichi Pontocho
Negiya (leeks) are the house specialty at this warm, two-story restaurant with a quiet downstairs dining room and a rousing upstairs tatami mat floor, where young locals eat, drink, and smoke into the wee hours. There’s a multicourse leek menu with seasonal dishes and an a la carte menu with standouts like sukiyaki made with Wagyu beef, Kujo spring onions, and excellent cuts of sashimi and fish cheek. The best way to eat here is to order a taste of everything and share with your friends.