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This place is quite popular among some Americans, although I find it inexplicable. The food is mediocre and it's hard to find mediocre food in the area. It may be well-liked because it is what we are used to in many Japanese restaurants in the States, but do yourself a favor and keep walking down the road to a much better place.
Updated Jun 4, 2010
"Padthai & Spicy, Authentic Thai Food"
Open Monday - Saturday
Lunch: 11am til 2:30pm
Dinner: 5pm til 9pm.
Favorite Dish: Tom Yum! But everything is great.
Check out the menu online: http://www.misawajapan.com/phada
Written May 31, 2010
Address: #2-8-28, Ohmachi, Misawa-shi, Aomori-kin
Tutti is a quaint trattoria with a large menu of italian classics--to include many of southern Italy's seafood based culinary delights. Order ala carte off the menu or pay just 1,995 yen for a night of all you can eat (1700-2100). The majority of the menu is included in the all-you-can eat so there are a myriad of choices. The amazing thing about this restaurant is that it truly is a one man show--one man is your host, waiter, cook, bus boy and cashier. So if you're in a rush, this restaurant may not be the place for you.
Favorite Dish: Make sure you try the tiramisu for dessert. It's exquisite!
Written Jun 20, 2008
This small restaurant is very popular among the Americans that live in Misawa. They are known for their cheese roll, it's like a spring roll but instead of pork filling they have cheese. We were told that this particular type of cheese is only made available for restaurant .
Favorite Dish: like I said gotta have the cheese roll to go along with your yakisoba or ramen noodles ..yum
Written Jun 22, 2004