Houmitei

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Time Out says

One of the oldest continuously operating restaurants in Ningyocho, Houmitei has been in business since 1933. Often mistaken for a traditional soba eatery, its speciality is actually a seriously retro version of yoshoku, the Japanese form of 'Western' cuisine that originated in the Meiji era. If you only go here once, make sure to try the beef stew (¥2,640), a flavourful concoction cooked in demi-glace sauce until perfectly tender. The Yoshoku Bento box (¥2,750), a sort of tasting selection of the restaurant's most popular dishes, is another highlight. 

Details

Address:
2-9-4 Nihonbashi-Ningyocho, Chuo-ku
Tokyo
Contact:
03 3666 5687
Transport:
Ningyocho Station
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 11am-3pm (last orders), 5pm-8pm (L.O.7pm); Sat, Sun & hols 11am-8pm (L.O. 7pm)
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