Fort St George
Time Out says
Don't expect to find sushi, ramen, or any other familiar Japanese foods a this "Western-style Japanese pub." Fort St. George is dedicated to yoshoku, a Western-influenced style of Japanese food that originated in the late 19th century and gained particular popularity after World War II. There's spaghetti 10 ways, including with tomato sauce with garlic mayonnaise or cod roe and kimchee; hamburger with soy sauce; and curry with a choice of 14 toppings. More distinctively Japanese is Doria, a rice casserole with tomato or white sauce and any number of fillings, including bacon-and-egg or eggplant-and-chicken. Since you'll definitely need a beverage or two for these salt bombs, wash them down with a speciality cocktail like the Bloody Samurai, a Bloody Mary perked up with wasabi.