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4 based on 123 reviews
After lots of (great) Japanese food I needed a day off and followed some good reviews about this restaurant. And they all where right. The food was fantastic. The marinated seafood (octopus and scallops) and tuna salad where just gorgeous and the main (lamb chops) were good as well. But the best of all was the warm and friendly atmosphere. Almost made me a little home sick.
The location is located nearby some pachinko shops. And there are also some stores such as pharmacy and local ramen and convenient stores nearby. The streets are relatively quiet at night and I enjoyed a very nice walk around the hotel area.
5 based on 188 reviews
Had been operating in Osaka Kitashinchi '36 is closed once "Tritone". Through the charging period of one year, changed the location to Oyodominami Kita-ku, Osaka, to change the store name to "Alto Tritone" was reopened.
We booked this restaurant after searching Tripadvisor and reading some of the positive reviews that others had written in the past. We had heard about the homemade pasta and the unique method used by this Japanese family restaurant. When the server brought out our pasta that he would run through his handmade machine (with guitar strings) we were excited and were entertained by the process. A unique and interesting method of preparing pasta, a first for us. When the pasta was brought out it was well presented and to their credit, tasted great. However, there were some problems that I think others fail to mention,1. The pasta we ordered had shrimp added to the top of it. The heads of the shrimp were still attached when cooked. In the mother/waitress attempt to explain to us that we could eat the meat inside the head of the shrimp (which we already knew), she reached down (perhaps out of frustration due to the language barrier) and picked up my shrimp with her bare hands and motioned that we could break the head apart to get at the meat. We were shocked. Who touches a customer's food, let alone with their bare hands? Unacceptable.2. We didn't get any bread with our pasta but had to order it extra for 200 yen. That's 200 yen for two small pieces of cold bread. The restaurant doesn't need to be this cheap. Serve a few slices of bread with the pasta--but do heat it up first. All in all, a nice dinner but our experience was marred by what we witnessed.
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