Best International restaurants nearby. Discover the best International food in Nisshin. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for International restaurants near you.. Nisshin is a city in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. As of May 2015, the city had an estimated population of 89,293 and a population density of 2,560 persons per km². The total area was 34.91 square kilometres.
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5 based on 329 reviews
The dream land is far away world. While a mysterious light of the candle is lit. Ladys and gentlemans become residents of the dream land. In that limited time,we will change into a smile the best of all people. That is entertainment cafe and bar "maidream
I went with my friends here. The parfaits were quite good (and about roughly $8) and the service was fairly quick. If you want to go to a maid cafe, this one is pretty good for it
4 based on 112 reviews
Had a dinner there because the review was generally good. Disappointed. Food was mediocre, service below average, communication in English impossible. A surprise to me considering it's in Marriott. O well, you can't win every time.Thank you very much for staying Nagoya Marriott Associa Hotel.We are very sorry about the dinner menu and communication in English.We aim to make the hotel loved by all of our guests from now on. Please accept our deep apologies for your incovenience we have caused.We look forward to serving you again.PERGOLA manager
4 based on 112 reviews
I have gone to The Outback locations in other parts of Japan, and they tend to have the steady reliable service one expects from an international franchise. The Nagoya location is no different.Service is friendly, attentive and quick. Menus are in English as well as Japanese (I don*t know if there are other languages).I ordered the Alice Springs Chicken, which I have had countless times in the past. The meal is suitable for a very hungry person. The chicken portion is large. Ordering the soup was a bit of a disappointment, only for the reason that it was luke-warm. Otherwise is was ok.The smoking section is at the bar, and surprisingly I could not smell smoke at all (unlike other places in Japan when the smoking section dominates the restaurant). I didn't smell smoke on my clothes after leaving!The atmosphere is energetic, and happy. Its not a quiet place, and is suitable for groups, couples or families who don't mind a bit of noise.
4 based on 73 reviews
We ate here for the buffet breakfast. It was excellent with great variety of Western and Japanese food. The chef cooked eggs to order. There was a selection of cereals and the breads were quite varied. The coffee was good and so was the juice. So far so good until the bill. Significantly higher than anywhere else. Some would say you get what you pay for, others would probably limit how many times they return.
4 based on 65 reviews
The First KIHACHI Restaurant was opened in 1987 in Tokyo, and since then, we have had a leading role in the development and elevation of Japanese food culture. We are committed to providing our customers with the best service, ensuring that your preferenc
Fusion restaurant on 11F of JR Tower Nagoya. Good service and cooking and setting. Modern western cuisine by Japanese chef trained in Alsace. Small selection of dry French and Australian wines. Very welcome escape from over priced hotel restaurants.
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