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4 based on 35 reviews
Great ambience with traditional setting, not so crowded. Waiter was very attentive and chef prepared the food in front of us. Exploring sardines cooked in different ways - I personally like the grilled sardine in spicy cod roe. Apparently they are also producing instant curry Kanazawa style for take aways.
4 based on 84 reviews
Sushi here is of an amazing quality and at a fraction of a price compared to Tokyo. Service was really friendly and accommodating, and I was in my happy place. Probably the best sushi in Kanazawa, and definitely comparable to the sushi shokunin in Tokyo. Certainly can't beat the seafood in Ishikawa!
4 based on 178 reviews
We visited after seeing this restaurant on a guide and following the high rating here. Our experience does not reflect the high rating at all - cheap cuts of fish being served in the sashimi platter (which made us question whether this was for foreigners as I don’t believe a local would pay Y2,600 for it), the fried dishes were oily unlike much of Japanese tempura. Perhaps we made poor food choices out of the menu, but there are MUCH better options abound at the same and lower price ranges. Would certainly not go again.
4 based on 231 reviews
We had some delicious sushi here, and the staff was very friendly and even spoke some English. It’s easy to order because the have English screen to pick from. Fatty tuna was yummy so was the crab nigiri.
4 based on 181 reviews
An excellent sushi chef in Tokyo recommended visiting Sushi Maimon, but also gave me the following caveat: The usual sushi you'll eat won't be that special (maguro, saba, aji, ika, tako, etc.) so keep your expectations low. But, for the stuff that's caught locally, the sushi is really impressive. I went to Sushi Maimon last weekend and really enjoyed it. There are sets to order, but I opted for "ikkan zutsu" (ordering "piece by piece"). As expected, the tuna, mackerel, and squid were solid, but nothing spectacular. Where Maimon really shines is in the fish that are local to the Japan Sea. The Nodoguro (black-throated perch or rosy seabass) was amazing -- among the best tasting sushi I've ever had. Slightly more expensive, but totally worth it. Likewise, the Shiroebi (white shrimp) was also delicious. And, because it's Kanazawa they garnish the shiroebi with gold leaf; really nice touch.As others have indicated, it's conveniently located within the Kanazawa Station building, so if you've just arrived in Kanazawa, it's a great way to get a first taste of what Kanazawa has to offer.
4 based on 455 reviews
One of our favourite meals during our two weeks in Japan. Would recommend booking a table as we had to wait around 1 1/4 hours for one. Luckily there is a great little craft beer bar round to corner. Had some vegetarian options and staff spoke some English and were able to advise about ingredients such as fish in sauces. Would recommend the corn tempura and the beef fillet mignon steak as the stand out dishes ordered by our group.
4 based on 182 reviews
We open Lunch on Saturday,Sunday and Holiday. Lunch time 11 pm to 15 pm Last order 14:30. Our restaurant no smoking outside are available. Credit card are available. English Menu,English speaking stuff are available.
The margherita pizza baked in their open pizza oven was great - wine selection was good too and espresso excellent. The pastas all sound appetizing, but we would not recommend - it’s customized to local taste buds, as far as Kanazawa is to Rome. Stick to the pizzas and you won’t be disappointed. The restaurant has a cosy casual atmosphere and is good for families.
4 based on 194 reviews
When reserving by e-mail, Please send us your prefered time, number of people, name, phone number or your hotel name there is a seating charge of 350 yen per person. (this is common for small restaurants and bars in japan, and substitutes for tipping.)
A terrific and spectacular meal. Was great to have a mixture of Japanese types of food. Innovative. Tasty and sharing plates which made the evening ever so much fun. The special touches were welcome. Cool, trendy ambience and dedicated hardworking staff. The atmosphere was so welcoming and friendly that our neighbouring table became friends. A true find.
5 based on 511 reviews
Non-smoking・Credit card accepted・Free Wi-Fi is available・English menu available・ Foundation for 1951 years The heart the best seafood is entertaining with work of cooking from Omi-cho market in early morning. A store owner will receive the best seafood fr
If you want to enjoy dinner here, make sure you book. Arriving at 5:30pm won’t guarantee that you’ll get in. This one is definitely worth a little forward planning. Absolutely delicious. Small location, only a couple of tables. You will probably end up in one conversation with your dinner peers and staff. Enjoy!
4 based on 316 reviews
This intimate sushi bar has about 8-10 seats available, all at the counter. All sushi is prepared right in front of you, and served directly on the counter. You can choose between two set menus or a la carte, based upon availability. Staff is very friendly.
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