This Dalston restaurant in north London shows that Japanese food doesn't need to be traditional to be authentic. Leyla Kazim reports
A deep-yellow yolk sits in a pot of dark tare, waiting to be transformed into a dipping sauce with the aid of a chopstick. It's partnered with two skewers of minced chicken, golden from the charcoal grill. It's the most visually striking dish from the focused menu at recently launched Dalston restaurant Jidori, and it's also a joy to eat.
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