Treat your taste buds: Explore Nihonbashi restaurants
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This was the second visit to La Paix in Nihombashi. Our overall experience was so good on our first visit that we decided to come back. The course and wines had changed after the 5 months since and it was just as good as our first visit. The service was outstanding, as usual, and the ambiance was reserved, yet energetic. None of us spoke Japanese, but the staff tried their best to explain each dish and wine pairing. I can't say enough good things about this restaurant and we're all looking forward to our next trip in December so that we can come back again for our third visit! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Had a wonderful meal there on Valentines Day. The 6 course menu was perfect as we did not want a heavy meal (they had 7 and 8 courses options too). The freshly baked bread was impossible to resist even though I wanted to eat less carbo. From starter to end, every course was tasty and beautifully plated. The service was excellent too with very pleasant staff chatting and explaining the food to us. Will be back for more meals there!👍👍👍 MoreOpenTable Diner -
We were looking for yakitori for our last night in Tokyo. This place popped up on open table in the english version which made it easier to book. It was also close to our hotel. We speak no Japanese and the language barrier was high. No English menu and no pictures. Google translate failed miserably. But the waiter really went all out to make it work. We got chicken across and pointed at body parts . We ended up with breast, neck and thigh. It was terrific. Also got some beef also terrific. Super spicy edamame was best I've ever had. 2 small sake, 2 beers 2 glasses of wine and food for four came to just over $100. Its a bit dark and was strangely empty on a Saturday night with just a handful of local families. Once we got past our inability to get info across to the staff and our uncertainty as to what we'd ordered, it was a great experience. The waiter came with a cheat sheet with a Rosetta stone of what we had. Japanese script, Japanese in English alphabet, and English. He was oddly funny and very tolerant of our incompetence in his country's language. Thanks to Mitsu!! MoreOpenTable Diner -
★Reservation is only for the course. Please sellect or fill in the course name below. ※We dont able to accept the course on that day. Please make a book by 5:00pm the previous day.●Sat&Holiday Lunch only:11items 2700yen ●Dinner:12items 5000yen/10items4000yen/9items 3000yen ●All you can drink: 2hs1500yen/3hs1980yen (Only ordering the course is available. L.O. 30 mins ago)※All tax included
Kouki-an is a beautifully designed Japanese restaurant. Menu is filled with traditional and modern Japanese dishes such as beef tatami, sashimi, sushi and various tempura dishes.
※Cancellation policy:Cancellation on the day of the reservation date: 100% of the booked course price ● 2days before / before the reservation date: 50% of the booked course fee.※Deadline for changing people:●1-2persons: 5:00pm 1 business day ago ●3people or more: 5:00pm before 3business days.※Reservations for weekday lunch are given only to the Nihonbashi shop.※Children are only available on weekends and holidays.More
I took three friends here because it was highly rated and listed (in Happy Cow) as "Vegetarian-friendly". It deserves the high ratings as the food, service and ambience were excellent. However, it's far from "Vegetarian-friendly". It does have a vegetarian prix-fixe but that has to be ordered THREE DAYS in advance! Or so I discovered at the restaurant. Ordering "a la carte" was ok and interesting but not as good as clearly the food my friends were eating. But overall, a memorable experience. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Everything about this experience was perfect. The venue has an open view of the bustling kitchen, yet remains sufficiently intimate for private conversation. The course menu is the only option, but this is not a problem as every course was delicious. The service is attentive and friendly, without being overbearing. The menu is available in English and service is provided in English, so it is very foreigner friendly. Overall just a wonderful meal. MoreOpenTable Diner -
The place of modernity and tradition - the taste of a long-established restaurant in Nihonbashi.
Nihonbashi is a historic area that flourished as a starting point of main road. Japanese cuisine restaurant "Nadamen" was found in 1830. While it has been keeping the traditional techniques, it is always seeking a new taste by being flexible.
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In the area where tradition and modernity cross each other, Nadaman keeps making a new history. More
※Even if the online reservation is full, you may be able to prepare your seat if you can call us.即使在線預訂已滿，如果您可以通過電話與我們聯繫，您也可以準備好座位.
Dine on authentic Thai cuisine at Blue Papaya Thailand in Kyobashi Edogrand. Its interior offers a warm atmosphere and features counter seating. Blue Papaya Thailand offers an � la carte menu, as well as a course option with dessert. Guests can begin their dining experience with a delicious som tam salad with papaya, fried shrimp or raw spring rolls. An entr_e of guy satay, pat heilai or spicy tom yum soup with vegetables, meat and seafood will fulfill the appetite.
Blue Papaya Thailand offers beer and other beverages with meals. It also features a lunch buffet on the weekends.More
Restaurant REGINA in Tokyo features a modern menu with Italian food and an ambiance that exudes comfort thanks to its casual setting.
At Restaurant REGINA, choose from a number of starters, such as bruschetta, olives, shrimp, bagna cauda, prosciutto and mozzarella. The menu includes pasta dishes like fettuccine Bolognese, pasta with clam sauce and spaghetti primavera along with the Margherita pizza and pizza with seafood. There are different kinds of steaks and hamburgers. For dessert at REGINA, choose from tiramisu, different cakes and frozen desserts. Enjoy your meal along with a selection of wines and beers in the seating area outside.More
Ryudiki Private and Party Space is a popular restaurant and party venue in the Nihonbashi neighborhood of Tokyo. This unique space is designed to impress guests. Ryudiki is divided up into dining and party rooms. Some are simply more contemporary and laid-back, while others are more intense. One even has a surrounding aquarium, complete with deepwater fish.
Ryudiki provides customers with the options of pre-designed, multi-course meals or an a la carte option. Menu items include New Zealand bone with spring lamb grilled honey mustard sauce and red sea bream and scallop grilled lemon lime sauce.More