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4.5 based on 51 reviews
They serve very good and freshly made soba noodles here. You can chose hot or cold and with tempura or with pork in soup. The tofu side dish was delicious, the servings for the tofu is good one person.
The place is charming and very traditional. You sit on the tatami mats floor with low tables. The staff do not speak English. Its best to show pictures from Tripadivisor or from there website.
This place gets very crowded at noon time with very long lines.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
The master, a very funny person, with his wife and daughter team create wonderful 'Tonkatsu' Deep Fried meats and seafood. The place is simple with down to earth polite service and eat all the sides you like including rice, pasta, miso soup and shredded cabbage.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
Just as you arrive the place, you can easily smell their roasting unagi. The place is often full so would recommend making a reservation before hand.
4 based on 63 reviews
we waited half an hour to have a seat because we went there at 5 p.m. but the place open at 5.30 he conveyor belt was not running so we had to choose from the menu(english) the pieces were quite good but not with the best taste we have been used in Japan. very good unagi.
4 based on 31 reviews
Visited following the taxi driver's recommendation. Around 12 on Monday and there's a queue. Had to wait a while but worth it:)
2200yen for a set menu may sound a bit pricey but it wasn't. Huge kinme dai and sashimi. We also ordered Kaisen don and sake tasting set&oolong tea, totally 5000yen. Quite a deal:)
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Excellent fish place with interesting choices, e.g. snails and monk fish liver, in additional to the more normal fare.
Cheap and cheerful. English menu only translates the dishes they think the foreigners like. So instead check out what the other people are eating or sit at the counter. The chef was friendly, but did not speak much English.
4 based on 33 reviews
we went there attracted from the big fish(kinmedai) in the sign of the shop, once inside we chosen to eat a whole kinmedai stuffed in a soy sauce, we waited a little bit but the taste was great and also if expensive it worth the price.
4 based on 13 reviews
For newbies it's a bowl of rice with various types of raw seafood on top. I had about 8 different kinds of raw seafood. The price was reasonable at 1300 yen. Top it off with an ice cold draft beer and some beer snacks (chunk of cooked fish and pickled radish) Modern and clean restaurant. Highly recommended!
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Restaurant for wine lover. We open only dinner. Close on Thursday. English & spanish menú Group of more than 5 adults,please reserve untill one day before for prepare course meal.
After having dinner at a Japanese restaurant we walked through town in search of some desert and since my wife is from Gran Canaria we were skeptically delighted to see the Sapnish flag of Minorikawa restaurant. We entered and immediately felt welcome by the two hosts a young couple who later we learned worked for 3 years in the world class restaurant of Martin Berasategui in San Sebastián , Basque Country (3 Michelin Stars!)
We had Deserts , the chocolate cake, a light strawberry short cake and I can honestly say they have been the best meticulously prepared Deserts we have had in a long time. When you come to Shimoda you have to try this place , when we go back next year we will def be back for mains.
The service was personal and as the Deserts perfect.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
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