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This little shop is nice and cosy. Restaurant opens about 6pm. Restaurant is about 1 Km
from the Tsukuba International congress center. Very nice Teriyaki and the price is reasonable too.
Favorite Dish: Their teriyaki rice and chicken (balls/meat) are very nice. Try it together with cold jap rice wine (sake)!
Written Mar 30, 2005
Address: 1KM walk from Tsukuba Congress Center.
You will enjoy the great Italian dishes in a casual cafe Atomosphere. It dosen't look like an Italian restaurant at all if they don't show the Italian flag sign outside.
It's a good place to have lunch. The dinner set is reasonably priced too.
If you are planning to go there in a large group, you may want to make a reservation.
Favorite Dish: Order chef's recommendation of the day. They sometimes have unique fish which you can't buy at stores and cook yourself.
Written Nov 20, 2003
You can expect more than coffee at this cafe, you can have pasta, sandwiches, some oriental sweets and you name it!
There are 3 kinds of lunch specials everyday.
It includes a cup of soup, salad and your choice of drink (you can choose beer or wine. it's not very common in Japan!) and cost only 900 yen(less than US$10)!
Favorite Dish: French Toast with lots of whipped cream and caramel...and iced coffee. It's a good Sunday brunch at the outside patio.
Written Oct 18, 2003
Address: Sengen-dori Ave. accross from Ninomiya Park
I am squezzing this restaurant in Tsukuba but actually is located in Tsuchiura, a city that has not been added to the data-base.
The menu desplay great variety and the Pasta or Pizza set
running for 1200 yen the former and 1500 the later are a great bargain: Soup, antipasto, pasta(or pizza), desert and drink.
I asked for a cheap table wine and the bill for 5 was less than 8000 yen: US$70, 55 euros, ot ALL turkish liras..(-;
Favorite Dish: Try the putanesca. A la rabiata also looked nice.
The grapes gellato was also yummi.
Good expresso. Ask them to bring it after the meal if you want to drink it hot. If you don't want to drink it hot...jump
from your window right now.
Written Sep 27, 2003
Address: 1354-4 Maeda, Shishitsuka, Tsuchiura 300-0085
Unagi is a symbol in the Japanese Cuisine. I can not tell what kind of symbol it is because there are kids(need to grow kids!) reading and rating these pages.
Unagi is the Japanese for eel (kids: it is not ill, but eel). And I am not going to explain to much about eel because illness is around...
The character "U" of the Hiragana syllabary is used to represent the eel. So where and when you see an
U , do not turn in U , enter and get some eel....and later enjoy.
Favorite Dish: Kabayaki is may favorite because I am on a diet without rice. It is not more than grilled eel; with beers or good sake it combines well (with the diet!!!).
If rice is required, ask for Unajuu. A laquered box (in all days) containing a generous portion of white rice with the grilled Unagi on the top.
Updated Jun 10, 2003
Address: Along the Higashi Oodori