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4 based on 38 reviews
4.5 based on 106 reviews
Trip advisor recommended this place and it did not disappoint, with the food being so very fresh, the drinks cold, and the tastes just unbelievable
4 based on 138 reviews
Visited here as I wanted to try eating something unique.
Miso curry milk ramen
Flavor: Surprisingly mild. Not inspiring, but not bad either. Hearty noodles.
Location: About 5 minutes walk from Aomori train station.
Restaurant: Small and old fashioned. Many locals seem to eat here as I hear Aomori dialect.
Price setting: OK
4 based on 190 reviews
Osanai was listed in the "Oden Guide" at the train station, so we gave it a try.
It turned out that oden was just one item on a very large menu. The oden had a very tasty dipping sauce with miso and ginger, but the oden itself was nothing special.
We also had a grilled sanma. The meat had turned black in some places. The taste was still OK, but it was a bit dry. The price was very low, however, so we didn't mind that much.
The local aomori sake was great. It was a very smooth karaguchi. The waitress told us that some local people drank it with a hint of salt on the rim of the glass (or masu, in this case). That was an interesting way to drink it, but we preferred it plain.
4 based on 27 reviews
We visited this restaurant at the suggestion of JAL City Hotel. It is a few steps away. Although it was Saturday, it was full. It is a good sign, not a definitive one. The waitress was very helpful to pick up dishes. We had spent the last several days at various ryokans and restaurants which served typical Japanese dinner kaiseki - sashimi, veggie, grilled fish, steamed fish, tempura, salad, meat, ice cream, fruits, tea. Nonetheless, we do not know how to pick up dishes due to language problems. Thus the waitress' help was essential. We picked up the typical: maguro, scallops, mackerel, uni, etc. I do not like sorted dishes as it tends to be a mixed presentation of left-overs. Mitsubishi was very good. The waitress was extremely helpful for us to pick up several dishes. You cannot enjoy dishes your do not like.
4 based on 32 reviews
Walked to this restaurant from our hotel on previous recommendation on trip advisor. On arrival offered table or counter and chose counter, one young staff speaks reasonable English and also had a menu in English. Good food, Good service, no communication problems here and would recommend if you like Sushi this is the place to go in Aomori, fresh and reasonably priced.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
My friend and I found this place totally by accident, and I am very happy that we did. The atmosphere is charming, with tons of vintage (or possibly just old) paraphernalia decorating every surface. The staff is so very nice. After I had been there a couple times, they started to recognize me (not difficult, to be honest, since I'm a foreigner in the far north of Japan where the population is quite homogeneous), and now we chat whenever I go there. And the food is delicious. The menu isn't extensive. There are plenty of coffee and other drink options, given that it's a cafe, but the food is fairly limited and simple. Pasta, little pizzas (with non-traditional crust), simple sandwiches. It's also a bit difficult to find vegetarian options, although not impossible (I took my vegetarian friend there and she did alright). But it's all delicious. I especially recommend the pasta. My general experience with pasta in Japan is that it has this taste that just tastes Japanese... I've never quite been able to define it, and I don't prefer it. But they did it right here. I think they also make the sauce from scratch because it's the best part of the pasta. Highly recommended.
5 based on 13 reviews
Great restaurant with finger licking pizza baked in an authentic imported Italian wood burning brick oven. Excellent mushroom dishes and hand made marshmallows and a variety of Italian sweets.
4 based on 42 reviews
I was there alone and assigned a seat on the ground floor. Despite I could not speak Japanese, the staff were trying hard to recommend dishes with body language and pointing at the menu. When I asked for a set of five-type sashimi, the staff kept asking me if I could finish it.
The food was great, sashimi was fresh, and ordered a few local dishes. Portion of food was not small, for those eating alone, they may order two or three dishes for the first round. The wine / sake menu offered lots of choices at a reasonable price.
Seems there was not much restaurants that open until quite late and they were quite full, recommend making advance booking.
I ordered a iced tea, 5 types of sashimi, Salmon egg with rice, fried egg with some kind of scallop, steamed shells, the bill was around 4300yen.
3.5 based on 77 reviews
Try your hand on fishing a scallop, and what you catch you get to eat. Life is that simple ! You will need a bit of luck more that skill here, since they snap close quite fast, and if you don't position your hooks at the right place, then kaput... For 500 yen you get 3 minutes to try your luck and my wife could catch 4 of them, who were straight away dispatched to the kitchen. They give you various option of cooking and we choose to grill it and it was just perfect. There are various other Japanese dishes to choose but the biggest attraction is the scallops. And when you are in Aomori, how can you miss not eating scallops. If kids tagging along, then please dont miss this unique restaurant.
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