English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 35 reviews)
“Cheap and good”
Hidakaya is a great stop for a quick bite to eat after touring around Asakusa. They have an English menu do that helps but the menu has loads of pictures so it makes it easy to order. The food is cheap, the portions are large so you can get filled pretty quickly. The gyoza is delicious here as well.
Visited October 2019
“cheap and easy to order”
Nice and easy restaurant, Cheap price with big bowl. It's easy to order even you can not read or speak Japanese.(picture menu, easy to choose) Friendly staff and quick serve.
Visited November 2016
“This store opens at 24h,”
There's a Chinese-like Japanese restaurant, near of Kaminarimon. Bluntly speaking, this shop is not good for your health, besides not delicious.>< But, it's very usefull, because it opens at 24h, all day long.
Visited May 2017
“Good Gyoza and Good Value”
This little Ramen Shop is located one block from the tourist information center in the Asakusa Area (Hanayashiki Shrine). It is an unassuming place which is in between many of the other restaurants in that area. I have a take out menu, however since I can not read Japanese, I have posted pictures o...f the outside of the restaurant in hopes that you can locate this restaurant. They have an English menu upon request and I must say that the food was very good. It is frequented by locals, which is usually a good sign. The menu is very easy to read, as everything has a number and that is how they like for you to order. These gyoza were the most lightest and tenderest that I had in all of Tokyo. Thus my reason for posting this review. The seating is simple, there is a hostess/waitress who takes your order by number. They offer complimentary water and tea. By far this was the most reasonably priced meal we had in Tokyo and the tastiest. If you are in the area and need to take a load off of your feet in a comfortable diner like setting then you should try Hidakaya.
Visited June 2016