Here is a list of the must-try yakitori restaurants in Fukuoka! Enjoy and have a wonderful evening!
When faced with the difficult task of finding a restaurant in a new city, you first have to narrow what you want to eat, and then where. When in Japan, "yakiniku" (Japanese/Korean BBQ) is a must-try and these restaurants are simply the best. There. Now you can concentrate on sight-seeing! You can thank us later.
Hakata (Fukuoka) is renowned as a gourmet spot in Japan. What's all the rage in Hakata right now are udon izakayas. The wave has now arrived in Tokyo with Niwakaya Chosuke. If you want some blissfully delicious udon in an izakaya atmosphere, that's the place you should go!
All the savoury and sweet bread rolls at Ebisu Pan (えびすぱん) are under ¥300. The fillings are super nice and fresh because the cafe gets everything directly from local producers. The bread is from a famous bakery in Tokyo too! This is the perfect place for a cheap lunch in Ebisu!
Only a 4 minute walk from Kameaki Station, Nonokura has been the talk of the town since it's opening last year. The home-made noodles are really what sets them apart from the rest. Our curiosity got the best of us so we had to check it out for ourselves.
Whoopi Goldburger in Shibuya serves up a 360g burger made with three meat patties! If you have a craving for burgers and have packed an appetite, come try the Charlotte Gainsburger!
Bia Hoi Chop is a Vietnamese restaurant only 6 minutes away from Nakano Station. A lot of Vietnamese restaurants in Tokyo use dry noodles to make their meals, however, if you're looking for authentic Vietnamese cuisine, you should stop by Bia Hoi Chop in Nakano.
Looking for a good noodle spot in Shinjuku? If so, consider Itteki Hassenya! It serves for lunch a half and half special for which you can have two dishes of udon noodles that are dangerously addictive. Also, the place turns into an izakaya at night where you can have Shikoku-style oden!
There is a famous restaurant in Ginza that specializes in anago (conger eel). Anago is a saltwater eel different from the more popular unagi (freshwater eel). The place you have to go for some of the best anago is Ginza Hirai. They serve it simmered and grilled!
Being a vegetarian in Japan isn't simple. Meat dishes are very popular and fish broth is widely used in Japanese cuisine. You can find a few vegetarian plates at almost any restaurant, but the choices tend to be quite limited. Vegetarian restaurants are starting to pop up all over Japan. Let's explore vegetarian cuisine in Fukuoka!
This is a kind of outstanding Sichuanese noodle dish you can rarely find in Tokyo. The spiciness comes from Chinese oils and the tingly sensations come from Japanese pepper (sansho). Coupled with a rich sauce and an abundance of toppings, this Chinese restaurant is a must try for those who like the spicy cuisine!
Unagi is the Japanese word for soft water eel. It is a type of delicacy that has been really popular for centuries, and the cuisine has stayed very authentic. For a quintessential Japanese dining experience, you have got to try unagi. You must try these restaurants in Fukuoka for a truly authentic dining experience!
With its harbour, modern skyscrapers, and emblematic Ferris wheel, The night cityscape of Yokohama is arguably the best in Japan. If you want to enjoy it while having some drinks and food, here are some of the best open terraces, rooftop bars, and summer beer gardens to enjoy the night view in Yokohama.
Yokohama is a good place to be if you are looking for some exquisite all-you-can-eat buffet-style restaurants in a sleek and stylish ambiance! The city has many hotel restaurants which have a strong reputation for serving excellent foods as well as having an outstanding view. Here are some of the best places to go to!
Fukuoka is famous for many dishes, such as the different types of hot pots, its ramen, and also its udon! What sets Fukuoka's udon dishes apart are that the noodles are softer and the dashi is an integral part of the dish. Here are the best places to try udon in Fukuoka.
There is a growing number of excellent halal restaurant in Yokohama. From South East Asian cuisine to Arabic cuisine, to Japanese seafood, here are some of the best addresses in Yokohama for halal cuisine.
From just ¥4,000, you can have scrumptious Italian cuisine and seafood courses that include free-flowing alcohol. Ottimo is a popular restaurant in Yokohama conveniently located near the Yokohama Station.
These are the best places to have tempura in Fukuoka, no matter your budget!
Authentic seafood eateries in Fukuoka you need to try! If you want to eat and drink like a local, you need to try these awesome seafood restaurants.
Shabu shabu or sukiyaki is a delectable meal to have while in Japan! Have it as often as you can because you will surely miss it when you back! Where to have the perfect evening in Fukuoka while enjoying Fukuoka! Check out our list and you're sure to find the best spot to take your date, family or have a business dinner!