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4 based on 78 reviews
My girlfriend and I had breakfast here today (Nov 22, 2015 - Sunday). They served us great tasting tonkatsu which is very different from what I have tasted from my home country.After finishing breakfast @ around 10AM and leaving the restaurant, we looked around a few shops and was suddenly alerted to a running girl.Apparently, I forgot my IPad and passport at the table. The waitress went out of her way just to find us and return the items.There were a lot of shops around and we've been walking for a while. We were mesmerized on how she was able to find us.I'm very thankful for the integrity of their staff and how they responded to the situation. I wish I could have thanked the restaurant properly.
4 based on 105 reviews
We were looking for a halal place to eat at the airport before our flight back home, and Googled this place. The restaurant is on the 5F level in the food court area, facing the runway. All I can say is OMG!!! Who knew youâd find such a gem in Narita? The udon was out of this world and the tempura just sublime. Now back home amconstantly thinking of this place, desperate to go back to Narita again, whatever the excuse!!
4 based on 124 reviews
âEdo-kkoâ means the lively people who lived in Edo (previous Tokyo). Edo-mae sushi is a type of sushi served in Edo and still popular in Tokyo. Although this restaurant is called âEdokkoâ, it lacks the lively atmosphere of âEdoâ (Tokyo). Never mind, itâs in Narita, that is a long way from Tokyo. Previously they used to reheat a piece of cooked anago (a family of eel) and tamago (thick omelette) slowly on a griller. As it tasted so good, I went back to this restaurant. But they didnât do it any more. The chief chef bluntly said that the ones they serve now was quick and good. So my friend ordered raw oyster, which she called âoyster milkâ. Then, we ordered âtamagoâ, unagi (eel), âkazunokoâ (herring roe), akagai (ark shell) and a few more ânetaâ. I paid 3,520yen, while my friend paid over 5,000yen because of the raw oyster. I wouldnât be bothered to go to this restaurant again. It would be a lot more enjoyable to go to a sushi restaurant in Tokyo, where we can enjoy edo-mae sushi in the lively welcoming atmosphere of real âedo-kkoâ.
4 based on 156 reviews
Opens at 11:00 but we walked past at around 9 where you can see them slaughter and prepare the eel. The eel is cooked on charcoals and melts in your mouth. The pickles are home-made as well! Try the fried whole baby shrimp, they're a delicious snack! A little costly but worth it
4 based on 131 reviews
Thank you very much for coming to our TripAdvisor page. Our restaurant is more than 300 years old. One of the oldest restaurant in Narita city. Our specialty is grilled eel, Japanese style. The special sauce is soy sauce base, sweet and salty. We have sev
great ambience .A fine dining experience. Excellent service . The food was amazing in this historical restaurant serving food for over 150 years. The staff was friendly. The unagi was excellently cooked and served. Sake was served in beautiful jars. Sashimi was excellent too . Quaint restaurant very close to the naritasan temple very easily accessible.
4 based on 357 reviews
Narita is your gateway to Tokyo. Upon arrival or departure from their international airport take a quick trip to the center of town. Visit the Narita temple and walk around itâs sprawling tranquil grounds to imbibe that Zen feeling. Next door to the temple is undeniably the best place to have Naritaâs famous grilled unagi. Tender, flavorful and distinct. All that plus the health benefits make this dish a must try!
4 based on 159 reviews
The Airport's managers know what kind of things you're looking for and you donât have to go far to find them. You may have some difficulties since they don't label very many things using the English alphabet. If you can find an English speaker to assist you, it will be a really big help. Tourists usually go for seafood flavored âramenâ soups, or ginseng tea as they may believe it's either good for the heart or helps you lose weight. There are a lot of sweet desserts and pies to tempt you, but you'll be taking a chance on your choices since, again, thereâs no explanation in English. I recommend that you take home a couple packs of âcorn teaâ (good for the digestion), but I'll select an assortment of Japanese rice cakes. Bonne continuation!!! (All the Best)
4 based on 375 reviews
We visit here often and we love it. The food is delicious and our toddler delights in all the airplane memorabilia!! The staff are so friendly also. If you are heading down to the temple from Narita Station via the main Street, youâll come across it on your right!! Best Ramen and their fried rice is amazing too! Enjoy!
4 based on 131 reviews
Cozy spot just down the hill from the Keisei line train station and across the street from the grocery store. Itâs located on the second floor just up the white painted external stairway.Plenty to eat at good prices. Gioza, French fries, chicken, and fried veggies. The beer is very cold. If you are looking for a bargain and to get stuffed, this is your place. If you only have a short time in Narita town, there are many other spots with better food or more variety.Space is limited so get there early.
4 based on 213 reviews
I always look forward to traveling through NRT Airport so I can eat at this sushi restaurant. This a high quality top grade sushi restaurant. The tuna are so fresh, and just delicious melts in your mouth. My favorite is the Mix Chirashi Don since you get pretty much of everything. The rolls are wonderful as well. It's not cheap, however it's so worth it! Staff are wonderful and friendly.
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