Got out of class late on night due to having to work on a project so we headed over here as this place was around the corner from the JR station and the Holiday Inn bus p/u spot. My buddy got to work on his cho stick skills here..service is a bit on the slow side if you are pressed for time as we ended up running out of this place to avoid having to wait for the 23:00 bus but the food was tasty.
Favorite Dish: Had the chicken special with came with fried rice, a beer and soup..great meal.
This was one of the larger places around Narita city....not a small cozy place like the other mom and pop places but it had private booths for business dinners or to have special night with your other half..as well as a bar. Normally I stay away from this stuff as it can add up to $$$$ in Tokyo but this was not that bad.
Favorite Dish: Like most of Japan the sushi here seemed to be a bit more fresh than the stuff I am used to at home. They also have an all you can drink option 2500 yen for guys and 1800? for gals.
Check out the dinner/sushi combos.
This is a pilot friendly place (ie: cheap/inexpensive). No credit cards here but plenty of good sheap food and beer. Its open for lunch and dinner 11-15:00 and 17:00-22:00
Favorite Dish: Had spicy shrimp and naan which was very filling. There is an all you can eat special also that my new friends for the night also liked
Tsubohachi is a typical chain Izakaya in Narita, with a good variety of fish, grilled, fried dishes, and reasonably priced alcohol.
Dinner and drinks for 4 came to around 14,000 yen. Good value indeed.
The food is basically spaghetti and pizza. If you order a particular risotto dish (i can't remember the name), they prepare it right in from of you in this humungous large piece of half block of cheese! Hahaha... Another of their menu highlight is in one of their deserts, where you can choose 3 different dessert types from their dessert tray.
The restaurant ambience is casual.
The menu's mainly spaghetti. Try the Japanese style spaghetti while in Japan! My favourite was the "mentaiko" spaghetti - it's fine fish roe with spaghetti in oil and garlic.
They have the set menu where it's cheaper.
It reminds me of those american drive-in restaurants.. The food is basically family restaurant kind of food. There are steaks, spaghetti, seafood, etc. but not in american portions. The quality of food is pretty good as of all restaurants in Japan. Royal Host can be found elsewhere in Japan as well.
One of the Japanese favourite dishes is surprisingly - curry! This major chain of curry houses found all over Japan is called Coco Ichi. This the place to visit if you want to try curry - Japanese style. The Japanese styles isn't so thick on the coconut gravy like the Indian ones. However their version is no pushover as well - these guys perfected the levels of flaming spiciness that you want the curry to come in. From your mild lower levels to a blistering level 10! If you like spicy food, this will take you to the max!!.. You could have them with rice or noodles, with your selection of what comes in the curry e.g. fish, beef, prawn, etc
Unfortunately the menus do not come in english, and most of the times the staff do not speak english, so be prepared for a lot of hand gestures.
They have a specific way of ordering, you can tailor: the level of spicyness of the curry and also the rice serving amount, and the meat curry base (beef/ pork).
Favorite Dish: Curry level 6/7 with prawn croquette. I have tried 10 but it really numbs too much that you can't taste much..
The only non gassy drink is the Mango yogurt drink. This one's really nice and soothing..
It's not a restaurant but a takeway snack shop. Their specialty is takoyaki - octopus balls with some mayonaise and bbq sauce. It's tasty and chewy and not at all rubbery as one might expect octopus to be! It's quite a lot for one person, maybe for 2. In the cold of winter this kind of snack is ever more welcoming to warm up the body. You'd have to try it when in Japan....
The food is basically Japanese Grill. The style is a la carte, so it's good if you are in a group of 2 or more since you can try more dishes for tastes and still split the cost. You will find some foreigners here at most times since this is one of the haunts for airline crews staying in Narita.
Usually no problems on language here for ordering.
There are seats and tables, but on a typical full house day you could sit by the grill counter.
Make sure you bring cash! They don't accept cards..
Favorite Dish: The softshell crab dish - more of the fact that this was interesting and have never ever seen and eaten a crab with its shell!
No, I haven’t yet begun taking food photos as such! In Japan food is often advertised outside restaurants by showing plaster/plastic models of how meals look. This is a photo of one of those replicas, showing a meal of raw tuna and side dishes: the real thing was 3600Y and very tasty. There is a choice of Japanese or western food.
Breakfast is provided free as part of the overnight package and is in the same restaurant (serve yourself, wide choice of breakfast types).
Favorite Dish: This looked interesting and tasty. It was.
On my past two trips to Thailand, I had a chance to enjoy a few local beer at this nice little place, in the airport.
Due to the fact I had a little extra cash on my return this trip, I got to enjoy this place a little more then previous trips.
The staff are very friendly and provide great service.
Favorite Dish: The only thing I have bought here so far was a local draught beer for 600 yen each.
A real journeyman's eatery in Narita - with some of the best Japanese curry I have ever had.
Not much english in evidence but a combination of pointing and smiling should see you well on your way.
Favorite Dish: Beef curry bowl with baked egg and lashings of red ginger.
This area are being famous of 'rice'....as you can sea from the picture...most famous local food are available for taste before any purchase.Check out the season food.Good taste. Oishi !!!
Favorite Dish: Biscuits most likely.
There are some great, but expencive, snack stands in Narita. You can get western or japanese food, including soy water and sushi. There is nothing under 100 yen and prices range from about 100-2000 yen.