Cheese Roll: Great if you just want to be around Americans
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.
"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
Tutti: Great Italian Trattoria
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!
Cheese roll Noodle house: Order some cheeseroll
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