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Local restaurants, business hour 10am-5pm, closed on Thursday. Located inside Aso Station, lunch from 900yen~.I order their oyakodonburi & dumpling soup (Beppu gourmet). No doubt, their oyakodonburi r special as recommend by other backpacker. Dumpling soup r very good too, but too mush vegetable (I'm a meat eater).
Good restaurant that serves some of the local dishes. The Basashi was very good and tender and the soup and tempura werr also amazing. Staff were friendly as all Japanese people are.
Ho pranzato in questo ristorante che serve anche a buffet, ho preso carne e devo dire che era di ottima qualitÃ , buono anche il prezzo , personale gentilissimo, locale pulitissimo. Da consigliare
We were exploring Aso on a weekday and suddenly realized the town felt like a ghost town as soon as the sun disappeared : everything was closed at 730. Suddenly, as we started to accept the fact we would eat 7/11 food we noticed a small light and the distinctive curtains of a restaurant. We entered this cosy place and were warmly greeted by a charming old lady. Behind her was the kitchen counter and the busy chef, on our left plenty of fresh ingredients and some shochu bottles with regular patron's name written on them. The food looked modest but tasted good and fresh, the English menu was confusing as one of the beef item is actually a beef stew curry (still good, with nice bit too fat but still melty mest) but even with the limited English skill of the owner we managed to get some menu not on the English menu (do try the Akaushi beef yakitori, it was a blast). We also had nice horse sashimi and the fried lotus root famous in Kumamoto. In summary, Waraku is a lovely small and warm place where you feel very welcome. The food is great and fresh , with many local delights, and its quite cheap!
3 based on 19 reviews
At the foot of the Aso Caldera "Daikanbo" There are the rose garden and farm buffet restaurants surrounded by trees Farm buffet restaurants are very popular. The beef steak "aka-ushi" brought up in a great deal of effort at Ubuyama village, local gourmet
Enjoy your meal in the garden, likely staying in roses farm, feeling like the princess, and some food make by roses. Excellent place.
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