Furaibo is a Japanese restaurant we use to frequent 2-3 times a week back in the day. You can see we've already started eating, but I have never documented, so better late than never. It's on Sawtelle in the Westside, it's a little bit far now, but when we're on this side of town, we always try to get our fix. Here we've ordered our usual - (left to right) karei karage which is fired halibut, sauteed spinach with bacon, age nasu which is grilled eggplant in a broth, tore karage which is Japanese style fried chicken (they are famous for this), and tofu with a miso paste.
This is a closeup of the halibut. After filleting the fish, the bones with head and tail are also deep fried to form the serving container and also making them edible. YUM!