Find out what American restaurants to try in Amagasaki. Amagasaki is an industrial city located in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. The city was founded on April 1, 1916. Its population is around 460,000, below its peak of over 554,000 in 1971.
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4 based on 290 reviews
Hard Rock Cafe is a global phenomenon with 185 cafes that are visited by nearly 80 million guests each year. The first Hard Rock Cafe opened on June 14, 1971, in London, England, and from there the brand has expanded to major cities and exotic locations a
Well as you can see this is rated at the time of writing as 38 out of 38,000 + restaurants in the City so it cannot be that bad can it! Out of all the Hard Rocks in Japan this is definitely the most friendly and yes we visited them all during our time there.The staff spoke good English and greeted us so well - they even gave us a cake as it was our local friends first hard rock visit and our multiple visit The shop staff were also so friendly too I would definitely recommend it Enjoy Thank you for this fantastic review and for taking the time to post your feedback!We're glad we were able to rock your world and we hope to welcome you back to the Cafe again the next time your in Osaka.
4 based on 206 reviews
Home made burger
Small joint tucked away amongst 10000 food places in Osaka. Service with a smile, short wait time - but the wait is worth it while your burger is freshly cooked and chips freshly fried. The pattie was great, sauce and salads equally and the toasted bun topped it off! I would happily have these burgers again and again.
4 based on 18 reviews
A 50's / 60's style American diner. They got the feel and atmosphere down right. Lots of period decor, signage, old Norton motorcycle, many model cars displayed. They have tables but also counter seating. The whole look of the place can feel like a movie set. It is really well done.As for the food, it is NOT American diner food but closer to what a Japanese person would like to eat in an American diner.Lots of fried rice items, stuff on rice plates, burgers and hot dogs have Japanese flavors. These folks are famous for their portion size. My burger was big. Saw many rice plates with a huge heap of rice with generous portions of food on top.What I really didn't like about this place:1. No English menu - all menus are handwritten Japanese so it is really hard for OCR to even translate the items. Considering it is an American diner, I assumed they would at least have an English menu.2. Minimal wait staff. Everything is "self" serve. Go get your water, go get your coffee, they gave us a wiping cloth when we mentioned that the counter was dirty.3. It is dusty. Mind you, with all those memorabilia and tchotchkes's cluttering the place, dusting would be really time consuming but still, it is a restaurant. 4. Does not accept credit cards. Cash Only.They do have free parking onsite. Price is acceptable considering portion size.Would I go back? Maybe but I would go with someone who can read Japanese or it would be painful to try to understand their menu.
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