Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Kasuya-machi including Kappo Yoshida, Kawataro Nakasu Honten, Chikae Fukuoka, Hyotan Zushi, Uobei, Yodobashi Hakata, Seimonbarai, Toc-Toc Hakata Station, Hakata Uogashi Hakata Ichibangai, Gyokotei
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4 based on 43 reviews
There was always a queue outside this sushi place so I decided to eat early, there wasn't much on the belt but the chefs were ready so first thing order a beer. As the belt goes round it has plates with pictures on of what is available and as it gets busier that's where that fish will go. I ordered by lifting the plate I wanted and calling out sumimasen, it worked for me, and the chefs were great, depending on what I asked for which chef assembled it would hand it over to me.The sushi was good and as everywhere they count the plates, give you your bill then off to the till. I gave a bow and thanked the chefs in Japanese, after all, they work hard pushing all those plates out in what is one of the busiest sushi places I've been in.
4 based on 53 reviews
We arrive back to Fukuoka from Fuyuin and were looking for a place for dinner. The waiter was friendly and they had an English menu. We ordered the sashimi platter, seafood rice bowls, grilled prawn, steamed egg, grilled fish. Good food and kids enjoyed themselves.
4 based on 96 reviews
There used to be full tanks of live Squid outside the entrance display. Unfortunately, Eki was not available due to stormy weather. Disappointment was reduced by the availability of other fresh seafood such as live lobster sashimi ( second course in miso soup), sumptuous seafood platter, seasonal fresh oysters and clams. The restaurant was full house starting 6 pm, best to dine there after 8 pm after the peak hours.
4 based on 150 reviews
Having dined a few years ago at their sister restaurant " Genki Sushi " in Shibuya,I had high expectations of Uobei in Hakata. Wasn't disappointed Not high end sushi of course but for a cheap, filling lunch, all ordered via your personal tablet & friendly staff,you can't go wrong. A few minutes walk from Hakata station, top floor of Yodabashi store.
4 based on 316 reviews
As tourist, we didnât have much luxury to travel out of convenient locations for the âbestâ food. Overall, Hyotan offered a good-enough sushi experience in a popular location, with friendly service, reasonable price, adequate varieties & acceptable quality. We arrived around 6.30pm & queued for about 40 min on a weekday. We had a few sushi meal in Fukuoka & havenât found one that is as good as those we had in Tokyo yet, with price taken into consideration. Hyotan was not the best or the cheapest, but we truly enjoy our sushi dinner here!
4 based on 805 reviews
I agree with a previous reviewer that this was the absolute highlight of my visit to Fukuoka. An authentic but accessible Japanese seafood experience. Very friendly service including a waiter who spoke fluent English and an English menu. A subtle but exquisite setting sitting at a bar around fish tanks, watching them get caught. The sashimi was divine, including fugu. The local sake also the best Iâve had in Japan.Almost worth coming back to Fukuoka just to come here again!
4 based on 188 reviews
For our last night in Fukouka, we couldn't get any restaurant we want. Based on hotel's recommendation and the TripAdvisor review, we booked Kawatarou, the original store. Interestingly, as a highly rated restaurant, its staff barely spoke English. As I didn't want the set menu, which was the big mistake, we went through a lengthy ordering process with our waiter. An hour and half later, while we still waited for two last dishes, I decided to add one sushi dish same as our next table had. Our waiter took the order but came back later with lots of explanation. I couldn't quite understand but figured the fish ran out and he wanted us to change. The manager showed up a few minutes later to ask us whether we want sushi and tried to persuade us to get a standard combo. When I pointing to the sushi on the next table, he eventually told us he has only similar fish not the same one. I told him in that case we only want to finish what we have ordered and ask him to follow up. Ten minutes later, he came back, with the bill (not the order but the bill which I didn't even ask for) and told us that all of our orders were served. We went through another round of sign language to indicate from the menu, which two dishes were missing. Finally I gave up and told him that we don't want the dishes anymore. His next words were " please pay the bill". No hot towel, no hot tea, just kicked us gaijins straight out. What an eye opening experience!
4 based on 211 reviews
Bream Cha-Tsuke, katsu , tempura, sashimi lunch meals were all 1080 yen each. 1.5 x more bream set for 1620 yen.Don't miss trying the dried fish powder which can be sprinkled on rice.We reserved the only live squid available on that day, eaten as sashimi and head part as tempura.Ika Tsukuri would range 3000-10000 yen, depending on its sizeThe place was filled at 12 noon with nearby office workers, better to go at 1 pm after the peak lunch hour.Instruction of consuming Bream Cha-Tsuke:first bowl - mix bream with sauce and wasabi, pour onto ricesecond bowl - addition of green tea onto riceEnglish menu available
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