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Tenkou in Kagurazaka - a luxury spot where dinner courses start from ¥16,000. It takes a little courage to step through the doors, but doing so comes with quite a reward at lunchtime. Their tempura bowl (¥2,500) is topped with two prawns, prawn kakiage and Japanese whiting, as well as vegetables such as lotus root, sweet potato and green pepper. The delicately thin batter is light yet fluffy, and the moderately sweet sauce has a refined flavour. For peace, quiet and great food, this is your…

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Tenshige in Akasaka - Now run by the second generation of owners, Tenshige is an Akasaka classic. There are two types of bowls available at lunch time, the regular tendon and the kakiage (¥1,300 each), but almost everyone goes for the latter. The simple mixture of prawns and shellfish is wrapped in fluffy batter with a soft texture, while the yuzu peel on top adds accent to the rich sauce. Don't forget to order the red miso soup (¥100), too.

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Dote no Iseya

Dote no Iseya in Minowa - First founded in 1889, this retro restaurant serves tempura over rice in three types, all with different toppings: the choices are I (¥1,400), Ro (¥1,900), and Ha (¥2,300). On your first visit, we recommend the Ro or Ha, which include eel and toppings like two jumbo prawns, vegetables and kakiage, cooked with a mixture of sardines, prawns and shellfish. The batter is crispy but fluffy and the sauce offers a good balance of sweet and salty. Long queues are to be…