- Posts tagged by Pasta. I hope you can find your favorite restaurants!
What is "wafu pasta" 和風パスタ? It is Japanese pasta adapted to Japanese palate with local ingredients. There are so many dishes to try and so little time. Depending on your "level of comfort", these are dishes you should try while in Tokyo. From spicy cod roe, to natto, these are all nice variations on your classic Italian dishes.
Arriving in Enoshima it's hard to miss this wooden-clad American-style bar and restaurant situated right along the river in town. Deigo By The River is coined as an "Ocean Cafeteria" loved by surfers and the locals of Shonan. Californian vibes here we come!
Nagano station is one of Japan's main connecting stations to other parts of the country. Nagano city has plenty of things to do and see and is a popular destination for people wanting to see the Japanese Alps and experience the natural beauty Japan has to offer. So next time your around Nagano station here is 5 places to check out for lunch or dinner!
Looking for a quick bite to eat? First Kitchen (or FK) is a fast food chain in known for it's flavoured fries and their Bacon & Egg burger. It originally started as a burger chain but expanded in to other food offers like pasta. It's hard to no be curious about what kind of place offers a somewhat random selection of fast food!
You can easily find "family restaurants" anywhere in Japan. They are popular with all groups of people because of their wide variety of menu, reasonable prices, and quick and great service. Here is a list of best family restaurant chains you need to try!
Have you ever heard of "tarako pasta"? It is a very popular and common kind of pasta (spaghetti) in Japan. The sauce is made from cod roe (tarako) which actually goes very well with pasta noodles. "talatala・taracco" is specialized in this tarako pasta, offering over 30 variations to choose from!
It is not very common for a restaurant chain to offer raw pasta, but Kamakura Pasta does! With more than 30 kinds of their unique and refined Japanese-Western fusion style pasta and strictly selected ingredients, their pasta is beloved by numbers of Japanese people. Try their exclusive and original raw pasta!
People usually eat pasta using forks, and that's probably the standard. However, people in Japan use forks AND chopsticks depending on the kind of pasta they eat! Especially for Japanese style pastas that they offer at Yomenya Goemon, they strongly recommend you to only use chopsticks to maximize your Goemon pasta experience. Let's see what kind of pasta they have to offer!