Chinese dim sum is served with a small selection of Japanese craft beers at this casual cafe. Eight varieties of steamed and fried dumplings are on offer, along with nine small dishes, all quite reasonably priced. The four or five craft beers on rotating tap usually feature at least one interesting choice, with pints going for Y800-870.
The fried gyoza dumplings here were especially good, nicely spiced and well textured, the skins chewy on top and crisply charred on the bottom. Our sliced roast pork and onions with spicy dressing was another highlight, although the rather glutinous steamed shrimp dumplings were a bit of a letdown. Dumpling plates start at Y300 and small dishes at Y290, while weekday lunch set menus are Y900 (with no lunch on Saturdays).