Discover Restaurants offering the best Japanese food in Machida, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan including Kakishimaya, Curry Asano, Sanuki Udon Kaito, Ondagawa, Machida Kaitensushi Daikokusan, Daibu Machida Honten, Yururi Sakafune, Sushitsune, Tokyu Machida Twins, Sushi House Kintaro, Tonkatsu Wako Tamasakai
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4 based on 17 reviews
Iâm rating the restaurant in the Machida Tokyu Twins building. Itâs not clear from the address if this is the same one. Anyway, Japan has a TV show where 10,000 people rate foods. This weekendâs show was best chain restaurant meat dish. Tonkatsu Wako won first place, so the family and I decided to try it out. Tonkatsu is a fried pork cutlet, but it is fried Japanese tempura style. Iâm willing to say tonkatsu is a Japanese comfort food because you see it on nearly every family restaurant menu and because there are numerous chains devoted solely to tonkatsu. Tonkatsu Wako is one such place. The family and I went on a weekend at lunchtime. This restaurant is on a floor with a dozen or so other restaurants, everyone with a line of customers waiting to get in. Once we got into the line for Tonkatsu Wako, a waiter came out and gave us menus to look at. We were given ample time to study the menu and make our choices, which the waiter took down before we entered the restaurant. It didnât take too long for us to be seated, and shortly afterwards, our food was served piping hot. Japanese Green Tea and water are free. My wife and I had the double tonkatsu special, my son a special cut of pork roast tonkatsu, my daughter katsudon (cut up tonkatsu fried with a scrambled egg and served over rice), my other daughter a mix of shrimp, pork and cheese tempura. It all came out fried a beautiful golden brown. Everyone enjoyed their meal. The wait staff came by frequently to check on tea, even though there is buzzer at the table. The bill came to less than 5,200 yen which is about $11 per person, which I think is a very reasonable price. This is a chain restaurant, so I recommend you stop in any one of them. If you like pork cutlet, you wonât be disappointed.
4 based on 14 reviews
You can go to Tsukiji or Ginza to enjoy really good Sushi but prices are very expensive and you have to wait a long time (like Sushi-Dai in Tsukiji) even when the prices are reasonable. I found a Sushi gem place in Machida, an outskirt of Tokyo. The quality is as good as famous Ginza/Tsukiji restaurants and the prices are less than half. It's OK to go to Kaiten (Revolving) Sushi but if you really want to try something really authentic, Sushi Kintaro is the place. You will never be disappointed. At the moment this new place is a secret place for local Machida people only. To go to Machida, I took Odakyu Railway. It took 40 minutes from Shinjuku to Machida by Express train. If you want to enjoy cozy Limited Express by paying extra yen410 for a seat reservation, it takes only 33 minutes (Machida is the next stop and you will never be puzzled). They say there are two Limited Express services an hour. I really enjoyed the the train ride too. Is it worthwhile to go all the way to the suburb from Shinjuku? The answer is definitely YES. You can enjoy the best Sushi with yen2,000 for lunch. No need to go to Sushi-Dai and wait for 2-5 hours any more.ã
4 based on 22 reviews
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4 based on 18 reviews
We were seated without a reservation on a Friday night. Asked for their recommendations and ended up trying all sorts of meat dishes (chicken, pork, beef) both in stick and in other presentations. The food was delicious. The staff was excellent, super nice, and even gave us free dishes to try on the house. The only problem is that smoking is allowed, but that's everywhere in Japan, I guess.
4 based on 19 reviews
Every time I am in Machida visiting family I drop in here for Sushi. The seafood is always fresh. Around meal times expect to queue for a seat. They do accept reservations by phone also. The wait is worth it.There is an English menu available, prices for the plates can be seen in the menu or on the wall with the colour of the plate. Don't be afraid to request a dish that isn't on the conveyer belt, one of the chef's will instantly prepare it for you. My favourite is the Aji Sushi, which is presented beautifully. The frame will be offered to you deep fried so you can sample the whole fish( it takes approximately 15 mins).Green tea is complimentary, with your seat having hot water in front of you to top up as you like.Service is very friendly & helpful.
Visited here for the full Cherry Blossoms.Great!Walked up and down along the river for an hour, but I felt like I wanted to more.Such a wonderful site.An interesting feature here was that I walked up to a bridge looking down the river and the flowers.Thank you very much
4 based on 20 reviews
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4 based on 34 reviews
This is a tiny "curry house" having only 7 counter seats,located in a bazar type street vendor's stalls gatherings. You need few minutes walk from Odakyu Machida station. I arrived there at 11 a.m. 30 minutes before the opening time on a Saturday. I was the first in line then at 11:15 a couple came and at 11:20 a second came and at 11:25 a third thus at the opening all the 7 seats were occupied. When I finished and went out, I saw 11 people were in line. US$12 pork cutlet with curry & rice, their speciality was slightly expensive than average and the volume was smaller than average but it was worth the money. The soup type curry was not so hot but some ingredientsmade me sweat afterwards and the taste was good though I cannot explain how. The pork used is famous Koza pork which was first grown when Japan opend its door to foreigners after 300 years for westerners' demand. The original pig was from Yorkshire and improved but once extinct in 1970 defeated by cheaper cometition and revived in 1985. Koza is the old name of the area, southwest t of Machida. I would surely go again to this curry house.
4 based on 49 reviews
The horsd meet restaurant located not close to Machida station. You can enjoy fresh meet with soysause and vinegar dipped in radish soup. Why not try? You can have a newtaste.
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