Toyama Restaurants

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    Fukkies cookies: Feel at home coffe shop

    by hebaemam Updated Jun 6, 2012

    A nice lady who spends 8 hours of her day baking and offering people a nice atomosphere and delecious desert.... I love the shop, the deco, the music and most of all her cake. Only one table for you to sit and feel like home.

    Favorite Dish: strawberry cake

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    Narumi なるみ: Professional sashimi

    by hebaemam Updated Apr 8, 2012

    Narumi (きせつ料理 seasonal dishes) Too professional for such a averaged launch price. The set seemed small but after finishing I was so much full , plus the great satisfaction of eating professional sahimi. Thumbs up to the chef and his wife.

    You must reserve before going cause it's a small restaurant yet famous. and it do worth the effort....
    Again...the price mentioned for launch not dinner

    Favorite Dish: The sashimi (Toyama special ) with fried fish and marinated squid. 1380 yen aprox. 15 dollar.
    It also include the rice, miso soup, pickles , welcome hot drink and tea or coffee after launch.

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    wahaku: group restaurant

    by hebaemam Updated Apr 22, 2011

    In imizu shi, a typical japanese restaurant, dinnings are privite and separate for every group.
    they serve typical japanese food in a wooden set
    amount is not so much, you wont be full but you will be just ok
    i paied 1580 for a set made of 1 half done yumy egg plate, 1 oysterplate, 1 rice bowel, 1 pork (i didnt eat), 1 soup, 1 toufu and sweet dish +coffee, and for sure green tea

    pics later will be downloaded

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    Unkai: Lovely Japanese Breakfast in ANA Hotel Restaurant

    by RoseAmano Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Breakfast in included in your stay at this hotel. You may choose the buffet in the cafe restaurant, or for extra 200-yen, you may choose to eat in this restaurant a premier Japanese Breakfast.

    This particular breakfast, whilst a typical Japanese-style, also features local Toyama specialties, such a kamaboko fish sausage, and a type of vinegared fish sushi wrapped with a type of high polymer gel translucent seaweed.

    Japanese Breakfast in Toyama
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    pissolini: best pizza ever

    by hebaemam Updated Aug 24, 2010

    best pizza i would ever eat.......and macaroni is awsome...........
    .... open buffet holding everthing, carbohydrates, vegies, protiens.... cold drinks, hot drinks, and sweets, icecreams...etc

    but what so unique, that you make limtless speciall orders of pizza and macaroni of various tastes and they just come on your table............

    i have no single complain about this restaurant but its being busyyyyyyyy all the time which have significant indication

    Favorite Dish: blue cheese pizza........... green vegtables tastes like not where else

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    hamazushi: belt sushi

    by hebaemam Written Jul 27, 2010

    this is a belt sushi shop. if you dont know what it is... then it is where you sit infront of a round belt serving dishes of sushi with different prices. you keep watching and u simply pick up the plate you like and eat. each dish have a different colour and different price. almost 4 coulous in every shop.
    i like hamazushi cause its an electronic one. where you can order speciall plates through the mini screen on your table. the same for drinks and sweets. when your order arrives the screen keeps peeping.... techno isnt it...

    its interesting and amusing way of eating... all the sushi in hamazushi have the same price 100 en each... or 1 dollar.
    by the end the lady comes and passes a scanner on your plates and it calculates the price through its colour and count....

    Favorite Dish: seafood coctail is yummmmyyy

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    festa garden- thebuffet: eat more pay none

    by hebaemam Written Nov 17, 2008

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    these are 2 restaurant. festa garden is in Aeon mall (takaoka) while the buffet is in diwa mall (toyama shi). both have the same concept. u pay around 1500 en on entrance and u eat whatever u want from the buffet surved. their is 2 shifts in this restaurant so u are free to stay till the shift ends.
    food is delecious, rice, macaroni, pizza, meat, chicken, fish, salads, drinks, icecream, crebs, noodles, desserts.
    kids dont pay full fee.
    as usual service in all japan is perfect, clean.
    really, budget wise, its the best all over toyama.

    but the one in diwa is better in its sea food varities and is more elegant than the one in aeon mall.

    Favorite Dish: pizza and ice cream and the salad and the fish sweet and chili

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    Hananomae: fish fish fish

    by hebaemam Updated May 17, 2008

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    very clean, oriantel japanese food, privite sitting. i really liked how everything is clean in this place

    Favorite Dish: we tried several dishes here, sashumi picture 1, mizonato jaco salad pic2, shiromi zakana to tofuokane pic 3, chirashi pic 4 and finally my own dish was tempra fish pic 5. sashumi was made of raw fish and some side souce, while the mizonato was fired slices of fish with some kind of japanese sauce, chirashi was oriental japanese rice with raw fish and alge and other green vegtables, and my dish (tempra) was small fried fish which was so delecious and its sauce was outstanding.

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    La's: Best Mexican around

    by Mr.Sparkle Updated Mar 31, 2007

    If it’s Mexican you’re after than La’s will do you right. The chef/owner speaks English and can really make to order. I didn’t see a menu when I was there, he just asked me what I liked and then cooked it to my specifications. The place is pretty low key and laid back. Not really the place to go if you’re looking for a “roaring” good time.

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    Chatery Catery: Best place to eat in Toyama

    by Mr.Sparkle Updated Mar 31, 2007

    Even if you’re in town for a few hours you would be well advised to stop by this comfortable Indian restaurant. The food is out of this world and service is super. You really can’t go wrong with anything on the menu. Some of the staff even speak a little English as well as having a full English menu.

    Favorite Dish: You can’t go wrong with the superb and filling set lunch menu. They also have an excellent selection of naan bread to choose from.

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    nepalese cafe: fab chapatis in sushi land

    by jelsby Written Dec 15, 2003

    a wonderful place with excellent atmoshpere -really good prices and the food is just fantastic. One of the best mago lassis i have ever had. a real treat for anyone who makes it to toyama shi.

    Favorite Dish: the set meals at 12,00 - 1800ena re the best deal. You get rice, a varirty of dishes and also get a dessert!

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    I'm so sorry that I can't...

    by timtrina Written Aug 26, 2002

    I'm so sorry that I can't remember the name or exact location of this place, but it was a great ice-cream (like gelati) shop next to the train station at Takaoka (a couple of stops from Fukuoka). It had the best ice-cream I had in Japan. If anyone knows exactly where I'm talking about, I'd love to know! :P

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