Discover Restaurants offering the best Soups food in Rankoshi-cho, Hokkaido, Japan including Asahikawa Ramen Tozanken, Niseko Ramen Kazahana, Tsubaratsubara, Izakaya Jirocho, Yukitei Niseko Restaurant
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4 based on 252 reviews
Most of the food in Niseko are generally pricey than other parts of Japan. Therefore, it is nice to find this restaurant serving good value meals. The ramen broth is full of flavour and the servings are generous. The guoza are nicely cooked to crispy on the outside and moist on the inside.It is worth the wait even though the food may not be the best in Niseko but it is of good value.
4 based on 295 reviews
I went with my partner and two children and arrived around 5.40pm which worked out well because we managed to get a table straight away so itâs worth getting there around opening to guarantee a table. The restaurant is only small, however itâs quite cosy and the food was very good. My partner and I had the Niseko Ramen (had pay extra for meat and eggs) which was awesome and definitely worth getting. The children had clear Ramen which they said was alright but not amazing. I personally think itâs worth a visit, the reason for a drop in the rating was the children saying the food was alright, paying extra for meat and eggs and we felt it was a little on the expensive side. Our bill came to nearly 6000 yen for the four of us. Upon leaving the restaurant around 6.30pm it was getting quite busy, with people and families queuing out the door.
4 based on 89 reviews
Came here for lunch bc all the options on the mountain were expensive and mediocre. Really great flavours. Husband had chicken with coconut soup and daughter had the meatballs in original soup. Chose 3 for spice but could have done 4-5 I think. Also served with rice which you dunk in the soup. Yum.
After a couple of excellent recommendations from our concierge at Greenleaf, we headed back into Niseko Town to try this top seafood restaurant ... Once again, we were not disappointed. A pity the taxi ride there & back was more expensive than the meal for two ... Almost doesn't seem 'right' ! The restaurant is tiny with bar (kitchen, actually) seating for six where you watch the seafood being prepared, plus tables. Although the hosts don't speak much English, there is basic English on the menu. But be warned, the Local Buckie isn't fresh finfish but whelk ! That was a surprise:-)Prices are good and you would battle to find a more authentic seafood experience. Highly recommended.
4 based on 99 reviews
Boasting 50 years of tradition from Kutchan, Yukitei Niseko Restaurant brings authentic Hokkaido cuisine from the farm and sea to the table. Our signature Gosetsu Udon is made from 100% Kutchan potatoes and bathed in the family's secret dashi stock. Melt
Great lunch menu. We ordered the tempura prawn rice bowl and the deluxe sashimi/seafood rice bowl. Both were phenomenal!We also ordered a tray/box of uni (sea urchin) which was 10,000 yen but it was worth it. Super sweet and no nasty seafood aftertaste like some uni has. We went back the second day because the food and quality was so good! Weâre definitely coming back on our next visit!
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