Reviews on Seafood food in Sanuki, Kagawa Prefecture, Japan including Tenkatsu, Warajiro, Setouchi Seafood Restaurant, Mikayla, Shikoku Sanuki Piccadilly-Ya, Sushi Nakagawa, Seafood Restaurant Jyakoya
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4 based on 16 reviews
4 based on 13 reviews
It's with mixed emotions that I recommend this place. You herds of bermudas might ruin it cause it's so intimate and niche but on the other hand it's soooo goood- Sushi to die for and boutique Sake to go along with...
4 based on 30 reviews
Sanuki stock bull Olive cow at affordable price! Hand made dishes using local ingredients in season. In the hike shop, under the idea of local production local consumption, the seafood delicacies arrived every morning from the contract farmers in the wate
4 based on 26 reviews
This restaurant is focused on sea food but provides quite a few options. While recommending that you avoid the mediocre lunch buffet and flagging that interior sound insulation is lacking, as long as you select one of the better tables with a Western window view, you can enjoy a pleasant evening dining beside the Inland Sea. Note that this is one of the rare restaurants in Japan that serves non-alcohol wine by the glass.
4 based on 17 reviews
4 based on 34 reviews
This place is close to the train station, and so convenient to the hotels there. It's seafood-oriented izakaya (e.g., an informal tavern). You order via an iPad, which has notional English translations. This ensures that you have zero interaction with anyone preparing or serving the food. Thus you miss out on the real joy of eating in Japan, even if you don't share a language with the chef.Most of the food we ordered was decent, if not exceptional. However, the whole roast (golden?) sea bream was truly great, perfectly cooked and just delicious. Oddly enough, we had ordered it by fat-fingering the tablet, and so were a bit surprised when it showed up, but not unhappy! I'd also recommend the cucumber with moromi miso.
4 based on 38 reviews
We found this wonderful fish restaurant by accident but once inside, realised it was one we had seen recommended in our travel guidebook. We've never been in a place like it, with the big fish tank in the centre and bar-type seating all round it, along with tatami rooms off to the side. The menu is quite extensive (in English too) and exceptionally good value for the price. The service was friendly and efficient (the ladies were in kimono) and we enjoyed ourselves so much we came back another night to try a different set menu. Quite close to the JR station, at the western end of the Hyogomachi arcade.
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