If you're craving dim sum, Tokyo Daihanten is the place to go. You'll find more Chinese than Japanese in this well-known spot. Mounds of steamed dumplings, gyoza, shumai, and mochi will make it terribly difficult for you to decide what you want. Try the daikon mochi, which comes with fried white radish and bacon, or the Shanghai-style shaoronpo with its savory soupy filling. Dinner is available as well.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 11:30 AM to 10:30 PM