Tokyo Cafe was owner Jarry Ho’s first big success, followed by his tapas-style sensation, Shinjuku Station. On a recent visit, Ho mentioned that he is in the early stages of bringing an authentic Chinese restaurant to town perhaps by the end of the year.
| by Courtney Dabney | photography by Jason Kindig |
Upon entry of the restaurant, diners are greeted by paper lanterns, shoji screens and an enticing sushi bar. Seating is scattered throughout with exposed wooden trusses overhead in the first room followed by vaulted and painted ceilings in the window-lined dining room just beyond.