Reviews on Asian food in Tajiri-cho, Osaka Prefecture, Japan including 551 Horai Kansai Airport Branch, The Brasserie, Daikisuisan Kaitensushi, The U-don, Benitora gyouzabou Kansai International Airport, Nigiri no Tokube, Kansai International Airport, Menya Jojo
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3 based on 43 reviews
Walked in alone and place is nice and clean, I feel safe here. Price is more than reasonable for what you get. I ate 8 plates and walked away for less than $25Could not complain. Place is easy to find 2nd floor. I recommend this place to who have long layover.
3 based on 56 reviews
We checked in early and went looking for breakfast. Saw this shop selling a Chinese Dumpling & Dim Sum breakfast set at 750 Yen. We gave it a try but were quite disappointed. Other than the dumplings, all the rest of the food in the set taste terrible.
3 based on 66 reviews
Came here upon arriving in the airport, shop easy to find with the halal logo clearly stated. Instruction to order food are clear in English and Malay too. Plenty of food option to choose from and water and ocha are free. Food is delicious and very filling.
4 based on 72 reviews
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A cavernous airy restaurant with plenty of seating choices (in booths and along the counter) served by a double (clockwise and anti-clockwise) conveyor belt system. It looks and feels like assembly line eating. If the content of the passing plates are not of your preference, you can place your order from the menu through the many convivial waiters on stand by near you. The orders get filled in little time. There is psychological risk of taking more food you can consume as the parade of colourful tempting sushi passes by. So do exercise some discipline and self-control. We still ended up with a stack of more than twenty-five plates between the two of us. Sushi freshness is decent (off the belt) but seems better when you order it from the menu. There is good variety too including the politically incorrect whale sushi (which tasted like old tuna btw and totally underwhelming). Daikisuisan is one of the many restaurants to choose from in between your shopping ventures at the nearby Rinku Town Premium Outlet. It appears to be frequented by locals and tourists alike. Prices are quite reasonable.PS: do take some time to admire the beautiful 3D paper art of sea creatures just outside the entrance.
4 based on 161 reviews
I had the breakfast buffet for 2,800 Yen. My major complaints were the following:--Too expensive for the offering it served--To be honest, I have had free breakfast buffets at other transit hotels that served almost as much stuff--Next time, I'd skip the breakfast at the hotel and head to the airport directly. For 2,800 Yen, you can eat like a king at the airport. The restaurant selection seemed plentiful and quite economical. To be fair, the food wasn't bad but It wasn't great either. My major complaint is just that it is a very bad deal.
4 based on 353 reviews
This is one of the many small restaurants on the second floor of the Kansai International Airport complex. "551 Horai" Chinese food restaurant chain is well known in Japan for their simple Japanese-style Chinese food and their steamed buns with port and vegetable filling.The service was quick and foods (Mabo tofu rice and seafood fried noodle) were good and filling. Pricing is slightly higher, probably due to its location at airport.
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