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NAGOYA RESTAURANTS

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Jul 29, 2016
Juliett: Australian 'wagyu' for Japan's Muslim community
Although Juliett has an Australian flag displayed in the window, it doesn't initially seem to have much to do with the land down south. Instead, it has an extensive menu similar to many other modern fusion restaurants in Japan: pizzas, pastas, omelet rice and desserts. The connection with Australia becomes...
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Jul 29, 2016
Red Lobster: Aichi Prefecture puts imported crustaceans in hot water
Red Lobster may be a ubiquitous franchise in America, but it is a rarity in the Chubu region — there is only one branch in Aichi Prefecture. For those not in the know, or only familiar with the chain thanks to Beyonce's "Formation," the chain serves lobster in a number of ways: steamed, oven-baked,...
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Apr 29, 2016
Cheval Cafe: An eggs Benedict that's hard to beat
Nagoya has a long list of establishments that pride themselves on their egg-based masterpieces. One such spot is Cheval Cafe in Shirakabe, a pancake restaurant that happens to serve one of the best eggs Benedict you're likely to find in the city.
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Apr 29, 2016
Early Birds: Diner-style breakfasts all-day long
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Oct 30, 2015
Kangoku in Shoku: A prison-themed restaurant where every day is Halloween
Halloween is fast becoming a fixture on the Nagoya calendar — it's a great excuse to put on a costume and dance the night away. But though every bar in town will be themed for the night, there are some establishments that are in character all year round.
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Oct 30, 2015
Gattenn: An izakaya camouflaged as a Shinto shrine
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 ¥100 a pop.
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Aug 28, 2015
Moku Moku Farm
As children dread their inevitable return to school, parents nationwide wait with bated breath for the moment they no longer need to think of ways to keep their kids entertained during the long, hot days of summer.
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Aug 28, 2015
Koala Cafe and Grill
The neighborhood of Moriyama might be a little far for those who live in central Nagoya, but Koala Cafe and Grill's free parking and location — next to Omori-Kinjogakuinmae Station — make it easy to visit.
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May 29, 2015
Om Nom Nom brings chili halal to Nagoya
If you're looking for a decent halal meal in Nagoya you'll be mostly restricted to curry or kebabs. But British expat Rajib Ali has added a little variety to the landscape by opening a 100 percent halal-chili restaurant.
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May 29, 2015
Traditional halal cuisine from Afghanistan to Iran at Nagoya's Ariana
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 Nom, the drinks are alcohol-free. Smoking is permitted,...
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Dec 30, 2014
Head to a temple for a New Year's meal
Although there are countless places to visit on New Year's Eve, one of the liveliest is Osu Kannon, a temple that is busy most days of the year and packed to the brim during the holidays.
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Dec 30, 2014
Take part in tradition at Futaba
While many osechi ryōri (traditional New Year's dishes) are not exactly adored by a lot of people, there is one simple meal that seems universally loved: toshikoshi soba.
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Oct 28, 2014
Miyakagi: Head upstairs for a 'nabe' hot pot party
Having opened in Meiji 32 (1899), and serving its signature yakitori (grilled chicken), unagi (eel) and nabe (hot pot) for over 110 years, Miyakagi is one of Nagoya's longest-running restaurants.
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Oct 28, 2014
Kinboshi: Cochin chicken doesn't have to be expensive
Kobe has its beef, Oma has its tuna and Nagoya has its chicken. Famous nationwide as some of the best poultry available in Japan, Cochin chicken is available at select stores throughout Nagoya at a premium price. One such restaurant that has a regular supply is the popular local yakitori (grilled chicken)...
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Jul 29, 2014
Organic Cafe Polan no Hiroba: Vegetarian and vegan fare in Nagoya
Finding a decent vegetarian meal in Nagoya can be a tough task in and of itself, so finding an almost-all-veggie venue that is also vegan-friendly is a very rare treat indeed.
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Jul 29, 2014
VegeVege: A lively spot for veggies and their carnivorous friends
The name may be considered a little misleading, as VegeVege does have its fair share of meat and fish dishes, but the entire menu is infused with home-grown goods and local products, so everything available is crisp and garden-fresh.
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Apr 29, 2014
The Corner: Great burgers at any angle
The Corner is a tiny little nook of a place that has been running since 2011 and (although this may be contested by some) serves the best burger in town. A "New York-style bar," The Corner is keen to put the gourmet into burger making, as every patty is handmade and every bun spread with a unique secret...
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Jan 28, 2014
Nagoya staples at popular national chain Yamachan
If you are visiting friends in Nagoya and they are treating you to dinner, it would be a safe bet to assume they are taking you to one of the many branches of Yamachan that are scattered around the city. Although there are now 72 stores nationwide, a staggering 38 of those are in Aichi Prefecture, the...
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Jan 28, 2014
Kishiya: Nagoya's flatter noodles boast a local flavor
Many enjoy kishimen on the go, standing at a crowded platform while waiting for their bullet train to arrive. But to slurp this Nagoya specialty in style, Kishiya is a sophisticated but affordable option.

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