Area:Nagoya

Information about things to do in Japan, restaurants, films, destinations and more.

Review excerpt: Juliett’s wagyu is reasonable, exceptionally soft and juicy — to the point where the sirloin and rump seem chewy and dry in comparison. Although delicious, it is not in the same league as Japanese brand beef such as Kobe or Hida, which ...

The menu isn’t extensive, but there is something for everyone, with sandwiches, tacos and fried breakfasts. The real draw is the breakfast plate, which can come with one, two or three eggs (¥1,050, you’ll get double the meat portion for this set), cooked to ...

There are dozens of pancakes available, the cream of the crop being the souffle-style Strawberry Benedict Pancake (¥1,300), which is so delicate it melts in your mouth and so moreish you’ll be missing the dish before you’ve even finished it. It is a little ...

There are several courses to choose from that range from ¥2,000 to ¥3,500 per person. If you order one of these set meals you can also indulge in the all-you-can-drink deal (¥1,000 for the basic plan and ¥1,500 if you want a larger selection). ...

Try Gattenn if you’re looking for a more tranquil restaurant. Located near Nagoya Station, it takes its interior-design cues from traditional Shinto shrines, with a set of red torii gates, staff dressed as shrine workers and even a machine that dispenses omikuji (fortunes) for ...

There are about half a dozen burgers to choose from, with beef, chicken and fish options (from ¥950), and they are all huge, juicy beasts that will leave you stuffed, but hungry for more. There is also a meat pie (¥750) and beer-battered chicken, ...

Moku Moku's buffet includes a lot of seasonal foods, so expect a different menu depending on what time of the year you drop by. There’s a wide range of dishes that cater to almost everyone’s dietary needs. For vegetable lovers there’s a lot to ...

Although there are just three mains on the regular menu at Om Nom Nom — chili con carne, pita bread stuffed with chili and a chilidog — customers are given the choice of two free toppings and can add additional ones for just an ...

If you are searching for a more traditional halal meal in Nagoya, but still want variety, Ariana is the spot. Much like Om Nom Nom, everything on their menu is halal, including Afghani rice dishes, Iranian kebabs and Indian curries. Also like Om Nom ...

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