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How about some thick Chicago style pizza oozing with cheese, some spareribs with melting cheese as a topping or some irresistible gumbo hotpot with some cheese fondue? Enjoy all of that as part of sets that include an all-you-can-drink option at this rock-themed izakaya in Osaka!
If you're in Umeda, Osaka and you want to discover the local culture, you should definitely try an izakaya (Japanese pub) for some tasty dishes! Rock Izakaya Star is all that and more, you can enjoy some awesome food and drinks in a venue that would make any rock lover's heart sing!
BLUSTA offers six all-you-can-eat yakiniku (Japanese barbecue) courses that range in price from ¥2,130 to ¥4,167 (tax not included). They have an exceptional variety of menu items. On top of standard yakiniku meat, you can have some of Hokkaido's iconic foods such as lamb meat and seafood!
Just-fried tempura and soba noodles are served at the restaurant, "Appare." This restaurant just opened on March 1st, and as their opening campaign, the two dinner time courses are offered with a 1000 yen discount.
Ton Shabu Hide is the ideal place to have a wonderful Shabu Shabu experience in the heart of Kyoto. It serves affordable all-you-can-eat course meals (all-you-can-drink option available too) that includes Awa Pork and Awa-odori Chicken, famous brands from Tokushima prefecture.
re:Dine is an innovative cashless restaurant in the heart of fancy Ginza, Tokyo, which only uses electronic money. It is also a shared kitchen restaurant, the first of its kind in Japan! Simply with the swipe of an electronic card, you can enjoy the food of up to five different chefs in the same venue. How convenient for travellers with different types of currencies in their pockets or who ran out of YEN.
This umami-packed ramen is made by a chef from 29ON's membership only restaurant. The ramen is made with three different types of meat cooked separately sous-vide, each at their own temperature. The broth is made with fish and porcini and it has home-made noodles. Only at re:Dine GINZA can you try this unique umami ramen.
The co-working space re:Dine GINZA just opened on Thursday, January 17, 2019. In this article, we will introduce the French restaurant "BOW". Enjoy selected ingredients from all over the country, such as Shonagawa Wagyu and Miyagi Salmon. Make reservations fast!
re:Dine is Japan's first shared kitchen restaurant. For its opening, you can have some sublime Italian seafood cuisine among a plethora of other beautiful, original and tasty creations!
From its first line-up of chefs, re:Dine GINZA, Japan's first shared kitchen restaurant, features a delectable kind of curry made by the chef of the popular and original curry house Passion.