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This somewhat upscale restaurant is not one of those places that slaps paella on the menu then deigns to call itself Spanish. Dos Gatos has been ... More
This somewhat upscale restaurant is not one of those places that slaps paella on the menu then deigns to call itself Spanish. Dos Gatos has been delivering authentic fare for over 10 years, and unlike many European restaurants in Tokyo that "Japanize" the cuisine to some extent, the chef at Dos Gatos has taken pains to keep the food purely and simply Spanish. Recommended is the Paella Course (good for two), which includes paella, garlic shrimp, appetizers and dessert for under JPY5,000. A Spanish wine list is also available here for the full experience, minus the bull.
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