I have this theory that anything fried must be good. Just varying degrees of good. Well, as far as crab fried rice is concerned, it is definitely on the fabulous end of "good". And you know you're not the only one who thinks it's good when a generic drop-in counter shop stays busy all day long. I mean, this stuff is so good nobody has to dress it up or advertise it. Everyone just knows that it rocks. I highly recommend this place if you're in the area and need something fast.
I tried to like this place. I really did. But I had a horrific experience with this dish in Chongqing. That experience (and the horrific week that followed) was enough to make me reluctant to eat more than a couple of bites. Everyone else in the group seemed to really enjoy it, but when I went home I had to make myself a sandwich. Given the price of dinner, for me it was a bit of a disappointment.
One of three locations around the city, this one is characterized by sculptures of genitalia. They're all over the walls, so if you want a place to take Grandma for lunch, make sure it's your Grandma with a rockin' sense of humor.
Authentic Chinese menu and employees - most of them speak little English or Japanese. But the food is good, particularly the Peking duck. It tastes just as good as the same dish served in small family restaurants just outside the forbidden city. Open 24 hours and serving dim sum for 100 yen a plate, its perfect for a budget meal after drinking away all your cash in Roppongi night clubs. It's also a great place to take a large group as long as it isn't Friday or Saturday night. Large group reservations do NOT require a set course menu. But keep in mind that it is a popular place and family style seating is often used - you could end up sharing a large table with perfect strangers. The whole restaurant is a smoking section. Beer service is super-speedy, but the staff isn't overly friendly.