Reviews on Japanese food in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. Kanazawa (金沢市, Kanazawa-shi) is a city located in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. As of 1 January 2018, the city had an estimated population of 466,029 in 203,271 households, and a population density of 290 persons per km². The total area of the city was 468.64 square kilometres (180.94 sq mi). It is the capital of Ishikawa Prefecture.
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4 based on 590 reviews
On the 6th floor of the Forus department store in a food court with some interesting options as well. Mori Mori conveyor sushi was high quality with excellent service. Strongly recommend the 3 or 5 piece sushi sets when ordering. Given its popularity there is generally a wait - we waited 30 minutes for a group of 4. The quality of the food was definitely worth the wait. For English speakers, there is a kiosk at the entrance where you enter the number of people in your party and your seating preference: at the bar, in a booth, or either. Then grab a seat on the wooden benches and wait for your number to get called. I hovered by the kiosk since the woman doing the seating only spoke Japanese.
4 based on 231 reviews
We had some delicious sushi here, and the staff was very friendly and even spoke some English. Itâs easy to order because the have English screen to pick from. Fatty tuna was yummy so was the crab nigiri.
4 based on 181 reviews
An excellent sushi chef in Tokyo recommended visiting Sushi Maimon, but also gave me the following caveat: The usual sushi you'll eat won't be that special (maguro, saba, aji, ika, tako, etc.) so keep your expectations low. But, for the stuff that's caught locally, the sushi is really impressive. I went to Sushi Maimon last weekend and really enjoyed it. There are sets to order, but I opted for "ikkan zutsu" (ordering "piece by piece"). As expected, the tuna, mackerel, and squid were solid, but nothing spectacular. Where Maimon really shines is in the fish that are local to the Japan Sea. The Nodoguro (black-throated perch or rosy seabass) was amazing -- among the best tasting sushi I've ever had. Slightly more expensive, but totally worth it. Likewise, the Shiroebi (white shrimp) was also delicious. And, because it's Kanazawa they garnish the shiroebi with gold leaf; really nice touch.As others have indicated, it's conveniently located within the Kanazawa Station building, so if you've just arrived in Kanazawa, it's a great way to get a first taste of what Kanazawa has to offer.
5 based on 61 reviews
Enjoy dining inn elegant comfort at At Sushi Kanazawa. At Sushi Kanazawa is an all sesory encompassing dining experience where Modern Japanese Cuisine that features teppan and sushi ``creations`` is to be indulged in a sleek, contemporary atmosphere. At S
The small restaurant is located a little off the beaten track in a quiet residential area. It is beautifully furnished and you are warmly welcomed. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. The served sushi and other dishes are deviating from the standard and are interpreted somewhat more freely. And that's good, because everything was very tasty. The choice of drinks is also very good. The price is absolutely reasonable. A great location in Kanazawa. Gladly again. From me to the team: æé£ã
4 based on 165 reviews
I walked from my hotel and got there just around 5:30PM. No line-ups, no waits. Picked the squid ink noodle. Excellent soup, although not as dense or as black as I would hope. Great flavour though - nothing to criticise on that front. Noodles are nice and thin, can be cooked hard, super crunchy bamboo and excellent "coca cola"/christmas ham type of charsiu. No gyoza available, but a lovely sweet veggie juice, complimentary, which the inexperienced young server almost refused me a second shot, even after I said I'd pay for it. Excellent music playing on the loudspeakers. By all means it is a worthwhile joint to have and have a superb ramen. Lovely.
4 based on 454 reviews
One of our favourite meals during our two weeks in Japan. Would recommend booking a table as we had to wait around 1 1/4 hours for one. Luckily there is a great little craft beer bar round to corner. Had some vegetarian options and staff spoke some English and were able to advise about ingredients such as fish in sauces. Would recommend the corn tempura and the beef fillet mignon steak as the stand out dishes ordered by our group.
4 based on 316 reviews
This intimate sushi bar has about 8-10 seats available, all at the counter. All sushi is prepared right in front of you, and served directly on the counter. You can choose between two set menus or a la carte, based upon availability. Staff is very friendly.
4 based on 194 reviews
When reserving by e-mail, Please send us your prefered time, number of people, name, phone number or your hotel name there is a seating charge of 350 yen per person. (this is common for small restaurants and bars in japan, and substitutes for tipping.)
A terrific and spectacular meal. Was great to have a mixture of Japanese types of food. Innovative. Tasty and sharing plates which made the evening ever so much fun. The special touches were welcome. Cool, trendy ambience and dedicated hardworking staff. The atmosphere was so welcoming and friendly that our neighbouring table became friends. A true find.
â From Nomachi Station area on Hokuriku Railroad Ishikawa Line. â We accept 2 ~ 100 guests for private rooms. â All course menu selections include 2-hour limitless drinkingâ We originally coordinate and serve dishes using ingredients from each prefecture in
4 based on 28 reviews
Located in a 300 year old Traditional Japanese Mansion the restaurant opened in 2014 and within a few short years earned a one star by the Michelin Guide.Traditional Japanese cuisine of fresh vegetables and fish coupled with beautiful garden views.
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