These restaurants are pretty cheap, yet so incredibly delicious! Osaka is known for amazing foods, and these surely contribute to that reputation even though they're not serving the typical Osakan foods we're used to hearing about.
Kashiwaya is a 3 Michelin star kaiseki restaurant in Osaka, with an outstanding reputation for excellence. If seeking a truly unforgettable meal in Osaka, there's no better option than here.
These cafes serve some of the best desserts in the city! They are mostly items that are inspired by traditional Japanese cuisine too. Give them a try if you haven't already!
Osaka, the city at the center of Japan's second-largest metropolitan area, is surprisingly known as a ramen wasteland. Sure, you can find good ramen there if you know where to look (see below), but the ramen shops are surprisingly sparse when compared to the rest of Japan. Read on to find out why.
Osaka isn't known for its sushi like Tokyo is, but the city still has some really outstanding restaurants where world-class sushi can be found. One such place is at 'Sushi Hoshiyama,' a Michelin-starred sushi restaurant not too far from Osaka Station.
Osaka's a big city filled with awesome food. Much of the best food that the city has to offer is delicious, but a bit less refined. 'Terada,' a Michelin-starred kaiseki restaurant is different, however, offering both delicious food and refinement. If you're seeking a traditional and delicious meal in Osaka, this is one place you definitely want to consider.
Tenmabashi Fujikawa is a restaurant in Osaka's Temmabashi area that specializes in incredibly delicious tempura courses. The restaurant is a bit on the high end (it has a Michelin star), but is definitely worth visiting for anyone hoping to try some truly outstanding tempura!
Sept. 9th Grand Opening! The Popular Restaurant Gyukatsu MOTOMURA Now Has A Branch In The Lucua Shopping Mall In Osaka!
From Saturday, September 9th, 2017, people in Osaka will have the opportunity to taste the massively popular dish of deep-fried beef cutlets at Gyukatsu MOTOMURA, the originator of the gyukatusu boom in Tokyo! What's more, there are even 12 new side dishes at this branch exclusively. Here is more on the new restaurant.