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Authentic Izakayas in Fukuoka You Need To Try!

Authentic Izakayas in Fukuoka you need to try! If you want to eat and drink like a local, you need to try an izakaya! Some specialize in fish, others in chicken. Check out the list to find the perfect restaurant to suit your current mood!

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FISHMAN 博多炉端 魚男

Fishman should definitely be on your list when in Fukuoka! The presentation of the dishes is sublime and the interior is modern so you would assume that it is an expensive restaurant, but it is quite reasonably-priced given the quality! Fishman, as you may have inferred is a restaurant which specializes in fish, and it's exquisite at that. The fish is incredibly fresh and can be eaten raw or it can be grilled before you.

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Syoumon is a lovely place to try authentic Hakata ramen. Their squid sashimi is delicious and so is the yakisoba! What is more, it's cheap and you get to try many different dishes! That's what so great about izakayas! The yakitori is also great!
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Maruhide Main Branch 丸秀本店

Maruhide is a very stylish and modern looking izakaya, which specializes in fresh fish. The fresh fish is delectable, particularly the squid and the blue mackerel. They also have plenty of types of sake for you to try! You'll be impressed!

Isokko Syouten 磯っこ商店 博多店

Issoko is located in an area with a lot of izakayas and yakitori restos, but this one stands out because of it's stylish interior and welcoming terrace. The oysters here can be eaten fresh or on the BBQ, either way, they're fresh and so savoury! The seafood bowl is a great bang for your buck, it's cheap, yet delicious and it will fill you up.

Yakitori Toriori Kurofune 焼き鳥とイロリくろ船

At Kurofune, you'll spot a lot of salarymen who come unwind here with a nice cold beer and order a few skewers of yakitori. Starting your order in the same way is a good way to start. Then, you could try the shrimp mayo dish, the salted squid. If you really don't know what to
to order, get the course! For 3,000-6,000, you get to try a bit of everything! You'll leave full and very satisfied!

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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