Saito-san, can i ask whether there is any best time to visit tamahide for oyako-don to avoid the queueing?
@guest 11:15 before the shop opens or 13:15 before the last order during weekday. Before the shop opens is better so u don’t the risk of being turned down or some items on the menu got sold out. Alternatively, u can order the course menu and book the visit time without joining the queue.
@localtaste thanks alot!
@guest this link got info on the lunch offering so u know what to order. (In japanaese.) https://livingnomads.com/2017/05/tamahide-oyakodon/The dinner course is a feast and oyakodon is only part of the entire menu. If u use google translate, u can see that chicken course at lunch will have a slightly longer lunch hour. http://www.tamahide.co.jp/
Saito-san and everyone,Do you have any recommendations for SUNDAY lunch in Fukuoka? Doesn't have to be sushi.Thank you!
◆Sushi Tsubasa (Sushi)https://tabelog.com/en/fukuoka/A4004/A400401/40043591/◆Yoshiduka (Unagi)https://tabelog.com/en/fukuoka/A4001/A400102/40000017/◆Yoshitomizushi (Sushi)https://tabelog.com/en/fukuoka/A4001/A400104/40000042/◆Murata (Soba)https://tabelog.com/en/fukuoka/A4001/A400104/40000042/◆Shieanita (Kaiseki)https://tabelog.com/en/fukuoka/A4001/A400102/40042639/
@guest I also like this one. It’s a 6 seats restaurant. The chef came from Kokura. 料理 千翠Japan, 〒810-0022 Fukuoka, Chūō-ku, Yakuin, 3-chōme−7−1 810 0022 丁目+81 90-5924-2685https://goo.gl/maps/3GJFicC6ThdrST8x8If u r in Kokura, this one is very nice and u don’t need to book. Just walk in. Inakaan1-chōme-1-13 Kajimachi, Kokurakita-ku, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka 802-0004, Japan+81 93-551-0851https://goo.gl/maps/BdQsDhxgQpwsQs9i9
is sugalabo open for lunch? thanks a lot!
Hi all,Have anyone here been to Ichikawa? How do you think it fares against other TOP sushiyas in Tokyo, esp the tuna specialty houses like Sawada, Arai, Hatsune. Is Fall a good time to visit Ichikawa? Thanks.Angelina
When it comes to the quality of tuna they bring in, I would say that strictly speaking it does fall a bit behind what you can find at Arai and Sawada. That being said, I still think that their tuna is at the very top level in Japan.Visiting in fall is an exceptionally good time to go, since that's when the tuna from Oma really picks up in circulation.
How to reserve Shinbashi Hoshino? Thank you.
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