Child Friendly: YES
Bōruto greets you with a frontage of neatly arranged sake barrels and bottles, making it explicitly clear what this venue is all about. With dark moody interiors and a bustling kitchen, it draws in those ready for some serious drinking and dining. While nearly every table has a bottle of sake, highballs are good alternatives. A large Italian-Japanese menu runs the gamut from bar bites to pizzas with extremely thin crusts and fusion-style pastas. The food is generally well-executed and tasty even if portions are small. Cold angel hair pasta, uni with bonito pizza and the ton toro “sio bak” are must-tries.