Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Okayama. Okayama (岡山市, Okayama-shi, Japanese: [okaꜜjama]) is the capital city of Okayama Prefecture in the Chūgoku region of Japan. The city was founded on June 1, 1889.
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4 based on 34 reviews
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4 based on 27 reviews
As this restaurant was recommended by the Koraku Hotel in Okayama which was just down the street, what a fabulous recommendation that was. The restaurant is located between the train station and the Koraku Hotel. You can miss it easily because the street sign is downstairs, but the restaurant is upstairs. You need to take your shoes off upon entering the restaurant and you are seated on a tatami mat where your legs drop down. The waitresses are clad in beautiful kimonos. Every course is made with crab. They kept bringing out the food, and each course got better and better. We were there for lunch and it cost $25.00 per person. This was an average course and the menu is quite extensive. The first course was the appetizer which had 6 different items. There was also crab gratin, crab steamed egg, crab tempura, crab and rice, crab vinaigrette, crab soup, and crab pickled vegetables. We were definitely full. The arrangement of each course was so beautiful just to look at. Other selections were even more fancy and of course more expensive....you have so much to choose from.
4 based on 24 reviews
We asked our driver to recommend a sushi place for lunch, and this is where he took us after making a couple of phone calls and making sure they would be able to serve us as it would be about 2pm by the time we would arrive. Fukuzushi was pretty busy when we got there, so took them a while to prep our choices, but well worth waiting for. They seem to specialise in less common fish, and the flavours were delectable. The sushi rice, ditto. Miso soup superb. Each sushi piece seemed to have exactly the right amount of wasabi to balance the particular fish. Creative plates for serving, which just adds to the feeling of quality. Not cheap, of course, but incredible value for what we ate. Would go back at the drop of a hat
4 based on 18 reviews
Good food and friendly staff. Communications in English is limited but we managed to order by pointing at the pictures on the menu. Try the fried skewers... inexpensive place. Clean and bright.
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