Fukuoka Restaurants

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    Ramen Stadium in Canal City: Ramen from all over Japan

    by leplaya Updated Jan 30, 2005

    This place is actually several Ramen places, providing Ramen from all over Japan. Choose from the dozens of options available at each place. After wandering around and looking at the options in each restaurant, choose what you want from the machines outside the restaurant. There are no English descriptions, so if you don't know Japanese, just pick one and go with it (or you could ask the waiters to clarify). Unfortunately, for vegeterians, all the ramen soup is meat based.

    Favorite Dish: The Ramen here was above average compared to the Ramen that had in other places in Japan, but it wasn't significantly different. The great thing about this place is the variety, and the ability to compare Ramen form different parts of Japan.

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    Hard Rock Cafe, Fukuoka: For those of you jonesing for expensive Western...

    by amambaw Updated Sep 4, 2004

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    We all know the ubiquitous Hard Rock Cafe. For those of you wanting American style food, or who just want one of those t-shirts, here it is!

    The restaurant is located at Hawks Town Mall in Momochi.

    *** Just a note: I didn't actually eat here, hence the lack of ratings below. I'm sure it's of the same quality as all the others.

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    Hakata Station restaurants: Lots of good food

    by amambaw Written Sep 4, 2004

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    Hakata Station

    Hakata Station has an entire level devoted to one of my favorite things - food! There are dozens of little restaurants and cafes offering all sorts of fare. If you're looking for something Western, stop for some pasta or pizza at one of the delis. Want to try some traditional Japanese treats? Head to one of the sushi bars or noodle shops. I tried two little places while I was there: a pub-style place offering pasta and yaki, and a sushi bar (a must!).

    Prices will vary depending on where you eat.

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    Food stalls along the Naka-gawa: Fukuoka: Ramem

    by Intrepidduck Updated Jun 19, 2004

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    A typical Ramen dish

    The small riverside restaurants make an enjoyable place to eat out under the stars and watch the night life go by around you. These little establishments are more numerous in the summer season and stride the modest night club / red light district - pretty civilized.

    Favorite Dish: Ramen

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    TENJIN & NAKASU

    by kiwigal_1 Updated Jun 17, 2004

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    Ramen

    Fukuoka has so many great eating establishments. There are quite a few beer gardens and yatai which are outdoor eating stalls.

    I think the best ones can be found in Tenjin and Nakasu area both of which can be reached for 100yen by bus.

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    Tetsunabe: One of the best gyoza recently I had

    by stonefree Updated May 28, 2004

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    Tetsunabe Gyoza

    "Tetsu" is "iron" and "Nabe" is "pan", the shop's name "Tetsunabe" may comes from how they serve gyoza to a table. Ordinary, gyoza is served on a china dish to your table but it's served on a iron pan that the ordered gyoza might have grilled on in this shop.
    The shop is kinda izakaya style common restaurant. I mean it's not too formal. Very local.

    Favorite Dish: One and only... GYOZA!!!
    The shop serves them with yuzu orange paste and this is what very unique they serves. Gyoza with yuzu... not ordinary but very much delicious!

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    Ichiran: Only famous

    by stonefree Updated Oct 28, 2003

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    Ichiran Rhamen

    Hakata rhamen is one of the "must eat" taste among Japan's rhamen. I love Hakata taste best. Hakata rhamen can taste with the white soup that is cooked with boiling pig leg born. Very heavy and rich taste.
    This shop is very famous for its rhamen is said great. And the shop is one of the origins that let Hakata rhamen famous as they say today.
    But, somehow I feel sorry, I know some other shops much better than this today...

    Favorite Dish: They has no menu. Only one rhamen. But you can order the taste as you like in full detail. Soup thick level: 4, hot/sharp level: 3, noodle strong level: 2... About 10 of categories like those can set by each level 5 to 1.

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    various across Fukuoka: Hakata Ramen

    by jkeppler Written Apr 25, 2003

    Oh you must eat Hakata ramen. I have travelled all over Japan and this is the best kind in my opinion. Savory, with a special blend of spices and the yummiest noodles! It is not for vegetarians, as they use pork stock for the broth. And you have to get used to eating it with chopsticks - and experience in itself!!

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    Toraya, at JR Hakata Station

    by gogonicetrip Updated Apr 10, 2007

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    Toraya, is a Japanese restaurant located at JR Hakata Station.

    Favorite Dish: - Chopped chicken : 580 yen
    - Sake : 380 yen

    [Back to Fukuoka-City]

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    .....: Restaurant in a Mall (Tenjin Area)

    by RyersonU Written Aug 3, 2006
    Mom and my food

    Very local Japanese restaurant where the locals go to eat during lunch time. The food is quite authetic too. Nice cozy area. Lots of people, but luckily, there's no queue outside.

    Favorite Dish: Shrimp Tempura Don

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    HAKATA RAMEN

    by kiwigal_1 Updated Jun 17, 2004

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    Hakata Ramen

    This famous dish of 'Chinese' origin is at its best right here in Fukuoka!!
    Many great street Ramen spots crop up on the weekends around Tenjin and Nakasu. Great for those after drinking munchies!!!

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