Time Out says
Tokyo Neo is all about goes for fun, manga-inspired vibes and tasty Japanese bites.
If you harbor a nostalgic fondness for Japanese anime and an enthusiasm for Japanese-style small bites, then Tokyo Neo is perfect for you. This new izakaya restaurant, located not too far from BNH Hospital on Soi Convent, was set up by Chef Goro Takatsu, who is on a mission to combine fun, manga-inspired art with flavorful small plates.
Right now, Tokyo Neo is only offering food for delivery and takeout. Some delectable serves include the Sashimi Salad (B390), which comes with a wasabi-infused dressing, and robatayaki-style skewers (B60 to 120) with options such as grilled spicy chicken, tsukune (chicken meatballs) or teriyaki pork belly.
Chef Goro, however, is particularly proud of his chicken karaage (B150 to 180). He serves this Japanese favorite in six different flavors, including classic, yuzu kosho, and spicy mayo. You can also fill up on heavier morsels like Angry Shrimp (B260), a tempura roll with a spicy zing.
Each dish is contained in funky packaging peppered with stickers reminiscent of 1980s-style Japanese animation.
Tokyo Neo will open for dine-in very soon. Keep up with the eatery via its official Facebook page.