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Katsune is one of the restaurants in Food Court of Daiei Higashi Totsuka Store. It is one of the chain restaurants based in Yokohama mainly serving pork cutlet menus. I ordered one of the set lunch menu for 780 yen.
Updated Nov 22, 2012
Address: 535-1 Shinano-cho Totsuka-ku, Yokohama
Al Ain is the first ethnic restaurant serving Arabian food in Yokohama. It is classified as Casual and Specialty Restaurant. This restaurant is well designed with Middle Eastern features. It is a restaurant where you can taste mouth watering Middle Eastern foods and at the same time enjoy belly dancing performance (Friday and Saturday nights from 8:30). There are no strict policies in this restaurant everyone can go with your casual attire. Tourist and locals would not have a hard time because their menu is in Japanese and English.
Sundays; 1st and 3rd Mon.
Favorite Dish: RECOMMENDED DISH:
Tabouleh salad (¥1,780) with cracked wheat mixed with parsley, tomatoes, onion and herbs in olive oil and lemon dressing.
Lebanese lager Al Maza (¥980) and a traditional white grape liquor called Arack, similar to the southern French spirit Pastis.
Al Ain’s own baklavah
Written Jul 26, 2008
Address: Stalk Tower Odori Koen I Bldg. Yokohama, 14 Japan
Phone: +81 (0)45 251 6199
Tiki Tiki is like a little Hawaii in Yokohama it can be classified as a Specialty, and Bistro Restaurant. This restaurant serves a large selection of mouth watering pan-Asian dishes and traditional Hawaiian cuisine. Tiki tiki also has more than 30 kinds of tropical drinks that would definitely quench your thirst. A sip on a cool tropical drink served in a traditional tiki mug with matching professional hula & Tahitian dance show would definitely makes you feel the Hawaii’s atmosphere. You don’t have to wear anything elegant to fit in with the crowd just wear a comfortable attire and surely you’ll have fun. So if you are in the mood for a little taste of Polynesian hospitality and decor take a short trip in Tiki tiki, Yokohama.
Mon - Thu & Sun
17:00 - 23:30
Fri & Sat & Before Holidays
17:00 - 24:00 (L.O. 23:00)
Favorite Dish: RECOMMENDED FOODS:
Hawaiian Appetizers - From 350 yen
Hawaiian Plate - From 1200 yen
Spicy Polynesian sauce pork laulau - 1200 yen
Garlic Shrimp - 800 yen
Cobb Salad - 700 yen
Loco Moco - 1200 yen
Fried noodle spring roll - 600 yen
Avocado shrimp with pineapple & cheese - 700 yen+
Kona Coffee Jelly - 500 yen
Mai Tai - 840 yen
Piña Colada - 1100 yen
Written Jul 26, 2008
Address: Sotetsu Iwasaki Gakuen Bldg. B1F, 2-17-1 Tsuruya-c
We visited Tenkourou in Chinatown, which specialises in Cantonese cuisine.
Chinatown is full of places to eat, and this one is a goodie.
It was just under 2000 yen for our course, which included 8 separate items. Not bad value, and we were very full at the end of it all.
Taste wise, it was pretty good.
They also do a very cheap weekday lunch special from the sounds of it, although as we visited on a public holiday, we couldn't take advantage of it.
Written Dec 24, 2007
We had hungry very early because we woke up very early in the morning. So, we had hungry at 11 AM . We were at the Landmark Plaza and we saw this restaurant.... GYOZA!!!! We waited to the open at 11 o'clock and we went the first two costumers. We ate two big plates of GYOZA, sorry, I need to say GIANT GYOZA and they were very good ... Ah, I need to go there again!
Favorite Dish: Gyoza and noodle soup
Updated Feb 17, 2007
Address: Second floor of the Landmark Plaza
The Hard Rock Cafe delivers on a great atmosphere, dynamic, good music, and the best American food you can find in Japan. Food portions are large (just like America) and so the price is a good value in Japan.
Favorite Dish: Absolutely the Nachos, Chicken steak, and the Cob Salad with honey/mustard dressing.
Written Jan 15, 2007
Address: Queen's Tower A1 F2-3-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku
Specialty includes beef bowl, pork bowl, chicken curry. One thing that fascinated me about this Japanese food joint is the manner of ordering the food you want to it. It is a ticket system wherein you will insert your money in a vending machine and press the button for the type of meal you want to eat. Get the ticket and hand it over to the waiter. Food usually comes with free miso soup and grated lettuce.
Favorite Dish: Beef bowl is so great.
Written Apr 29, 2006
Address: Kannai District
Fukunishi somewhat recently redecorated (not that it looked bad in the first place) and hence there is a bit more space and it's cleaner. It seats about 8 people at the counter and then another 4 in a partishioned-off section. You get a choice of three courses (they do have a 'cute' English menu) and the usual alcoholic array. I personally recommend the Ume-Shu (Plum Wine). They have a couple of different types, but try the Whiskey-based one. It's quite nice!!!!
Favorite Dish: I think what makes this place special is that their batter tastes very good. Some tempura places taste like the type of Japanese Tempura that you would get in a restaurant outside of Japan (a bit paper-like, yet rubber-y).
The white fish and renkon are quite nice, if I had to come up with something specific.... Oh, and don't be put off by the appetizer, it's tiny crispy shrimp legs and can be quite visually off-putting. I've been told that it tastes like Kappa Ebisen (a shrimp snack), but I'll just leave the legs to someone else to eat.
Updated Feb 1, 2005
Address: Honmoku, Naka-ku, Yokohama
Phone: That too
Like most Chinese restaurants in Japan, this one is definitely Japanized. I had ramen there and it was actually quite good! The only thing was the price...
I was on my to Taiwan that day, and knowing the prices there, everything in this restaurant seemed expensive. Besides that fact, if you're looking for decent Chinese food, this is definitely a place to go.
Located in Chinatown, this restaurant is a medium sized hall, furnished with very nice hand-carved tables and retro Chinese posters. All in all, a quaint place to have some Chinese dishes.
Updated Dec 1, 2004
Address: 191, Yamashita-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi 231-0023
Phone: +81 (0)45-641-8888
We were glued to the room service menu in INTERCONTINENTAL THE GRAND YOKOHAMA hotel. You can always visit the hotels restaurants on your own, but if you are staying here, it's worth trying this room service too as they have put it out very well and the prices versus value ratio compares fine as well.
Serves western, japanese and all the mixes.. In the menu nearly all the text is japanese, but you still can figure out some of it by plain english.. AND look at the pics :-)
Favorite Dish: Some VERY tasty secrets on offer here.. the night view from the room serves brilliantly to a great meal.
Written Jul 27, 2004
Address: 1-1-1 Minato Mirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Japan
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