PinKU is possibly the smallest restaurant in town in terms of space, with around 1,000 square feet shared between the kitchen and the dining room. But that doesn't mean they're skimping on anything else. Think of PinKU as the love child of the fast casual service model, with orders placed at the counter, paired with food you’d expect to find at a much higher price point. Find dishes like jumbo crispy shrimp with radish noodles for $6.50 or a spicy tuna fat roll at $5.50. “We want to give people good food they can enjoy without having to balance their checkbooks to eat out,” says owner Sugimura. Even better? You can pair your meal with sake, wine, or beer.
Japanese, Street Food