More is more on the streets of high-tech Tokyo, and nobody knows that better than Adam Weisberg, founder of local "fast casual" Japanese chain, Zen. That restaurant concept runs on efficiency and speed while Weisberg's new creation, Lucky Robot, is all about immersive experience. Here, diners enter their dinner requests on iPads (where they can super-customize their orders), get lost in the dining room's neons and whites, and relish over the food, which literally takes longer to prepare than Zen's. That's because there's tasty Tokyo street food on the menu, like my favorite, the Karaage chicken. Marinated for 24 hours, this chicken is then fried to a golden crisp, and served on a bed of cilantro-flecked rice with Thai basil, mint and onion.