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5 based on 637 reviews
This place is incredible. The most entertaining chefs and the best food I have had in Japan. The dessert Korean pancake was the icing on the cake. Thank you for an amazing meal, from an very happy and full Irish Rugby Fan x
5 based on 335 reviews
I went to this chain in different locations and the service and food is always good. You can enjoy different broths and there are many types of meat and vegetables.Thank you for visiting and enjoying nabezo! Weâre so happy to hear that you satisfied with meal and service and also waiting for you again :)
4 based on 157 reviews
In spite of the excellent reviews we read, this restaurant even exceeded our already high expectations. The staff took very good care of us from beginning to end and, whilst preparing our meat in front of our eyes, would also explain the history and traditions behind the dish. The meat was absolutely excellent (and we are quite demanding when it comes to meat), and the whole experience felt more like dining in a beautiful Japanese home than at a restaurant.Do not miss the green tea mousse with vanilla ice cream as desert either, itâs outstanding. We can not recommend Ikuta highly enough and will definitely be back when we next travel to Tokyo.
4 based on 288 reviews
Dear customers I,m sorry when I express it first It costs the table charge of 300yen of one I,m sorry Non smoking seat There is no I,m sorry Please pay all together I,m sorry Lunch is not open I,m sorry. Please refrain from Visit us children. Because Non
Coming straight from the madness of the Robot Restaurant, Kuriya was the perfect antidote with subtle lighting in a small downstairs dining area. Food was excellent (English menu available) and the waitstaff were friendly and efficient. Highly recommend!
5 based on 156 reviews
ã»This shop is on the 7th floor of the H & M building. ã»In this shop, you can eat genuine Shabu Shabu sukiyaki in the all you can eat.
Not only is the service amazing here, and the ambiance very nice, but the entire experience of gathering the items you want to put in your hot pot and making it yourself is really something you must do! We really enjoyed our whole evening here eating dinner, from start to finish.Firstly, you choose your broth. There is a vegetarian broth that is not on the menu, but you can ask for it. If you and your partner share a hot pot and choose different broths there is a surcharge. If you get the same broth then there is not. Then the meat. If you do not want meat you can skip the meat as I did and it was still a very great experience. You can order your meat in 3 or 4 different price points which go hand in hand with the more meat you order being the more expensive options. The girl who helped us choose our broth and meat was named Nanami Chiba and she was the sweetest girl! So polite!They will bring out the broth in the pot and put it on your table on a burner. They were so amazing at explaining to us how to cook our food, as this was the first time we had tried Shabu Shabu. One of the servers named Kamada Mitsuhiro even showed us how to do it. He helped crack my husbands egg in a bowl and demonstrated how to dip his meat into the egg when it was cooked. It was really neat! Then you go grab your other ingredients from the buffet. They have various noodles, bean sprouts, greens, onions,4 or 5 kinds of mushrooms, tofu, wontons, other veggies and anything you could possibly want in your dish! The ingredients are endless and you can have as much as you can eat! The non-alcoholic drinks are also limitless. You have as much as you can drink, and also as much of the ice cream that you can eat for dessert! The food here was so fresh. All of the greens so bright and they kept everything topped up throughout the evening. We have never eaten anywhere like this before, and even though it ended up being one of our most expensive meals on our trip, it was definitely one of the most memorable and enjoyable too. One thing to mention is that the restaurant is in a building where you must go up an elevator to get to it. We followed Google Maps and were a bit confused at first. So glad we found it!!!Thank you for dining at Nabe-zo.We are grateful for your positive review about our customer service. Your message will be given to the related personnel. We look forward to the pleasure of welcoming you again.Sincerely, Nabe-zo
4 based on 483 reviews
Great RestaurantMy family and I had a really great time here! The all you can eat was a good price of 4800 yen for the best option - the japanese beef and pork set that had the most amazing beef. Our server, Gyu Mutei, was great in explaining the way to order, what everything was, checking in on us for more ordering, and even made the effort to say come to the exit to say goodbye though she was busy with other guests. Another server showed us a way to cook the beef and dip in the egg yolk to make it even more delicious. The service was amazing, and I had even forgetten something that was picked up by a server that rushed to get it to me before I left. Overall, a memorable experience with probably the best sukiyaki hotpot and service I have had.Hello. Thank you very much for coming today.We would be greatly appreciated to write such a detailed account of your experience and share a beautiful photo.Please visiting us again.I hope you and your family have a nice time in Tokyo!Best Regards From Gyu
4 based on 57 reviews
Tensuke is reason alone to visit the cool, off-the-beaten track neighborhood of KÅenji. Super local place, definitely worth the wait - line moves fast. Just order the âegg tempuraâ and you get a full course of various types of tempura served up straight from the owner and master tempura chef - shrimp, fish, bell pepper, sweet potato, pumpkin, eggplant and whatever else is fresh that day. A dining highlight of our latest Tokyo visit.
4 based on 305 reviews
The moment when I could write the sauce that used plenty of tomato in front! I do not collect! It is! Only famous tomato okonomiyaki is eaten by Kyobaba âª To dinner in Tokyo! To the sights of tourism! Enjoy the best momentum surrounded by staffs who are p
This place is near our hotel so stopped in after a long day of touring. Oconomiyaki was very good...decided to try the simple pork and it hit the spot. Shrimp was good and enjoyed the edamame very much; a little different from the usual. All in, a good meal. Only criticism would be to chill the tap beer a bit colder. Super friendly hostess and cooks.
5 based on 437 reviews
I had learned about Littlebird Cafe before coming to Japan on holiday (vacation). I was recommended over and over again in my research to come here. I was pleasantly surprised and I left full and happy.My husband and I stopped here for lunch. The place happened to be empty. I immediately started looking over the menu on what I could eat. There is a regular menu that indicates the whole kitchen is gluten-free. This is rare to see in Japan and hell even in the United States. There is also another menu that indicates what is also dairy-free. This was my best friend since I am dairy-free and gluten-free.I opted for the soy sauce ramen while my husband went with the curry ramen. Both our ramens were flavorful and delicious. We also shared some gyozas. We both also enjoyed a true gluten-free beer (made of soybean) called Nadogoshi Nara. I use to be a huge beer fan before I had to go gluten-free. Nadogoshi Nara is the closest gluten-free beer in taste to a regular lager that I have found in my search.I didn't have enough room left but I wanted to try the waffles. I would definitely recommend coming here for people who are gluten-free and non-gluten-free people. The food was excellent as well as the overall service.
5 based on 337 reviews
Welcome to the restaurant, where ninjas serve. Our restaurant is a traditional Japanese style, you can enjoy a course of New Japanese cuisine with grill baked with special stone oven. Also you could enjoy master ninja's magic at your table. Please enjoy a
We booked the restaurant a couple of days in advance and we truly enjoyed the meal, the ambience, and the entertainment (during the meal serving as well as after the main course)! Highly recommended for families with kids; kids (and adults!) can also hire/buy ninja costumes and wear during the meal :-)
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