English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 31 reviews)
“Good BBQ pork”
Been here 2 times now once lat year and now again. Food is very nice. I played sage as I don't like tofu that much and went for the BBQ pork.. Octopus and the spring rolls. Food was delicious and well presented. English menu however English speaking is non existant however I got by fine. Highly reco...mmend restaurant to eat in and had a good time. 2 different area of a small place.. normal tables and sitting on floor Japanese style. Smoking is allowed like most places in Japan.
Visited January 2018
I went there twice, once for dinner and once for lunch. The food is good and value for money! Since I love Oden, I would recommend Oden.
Visited April 2016
“Good but nothing amazing”
The restaurant is located on the 7th floor of the Grand Osaka Front. We came here for lunch after arriving from Nara. There are actually many choices on the floor but we were mainly attracted by the smell coming from the restaurant and finally after taking a round on the floor we decided to come i...n and try. We had two of the set lunch menu. One served beef and tofu while the other one is a stir fried pork with slices of ginger and onions. They were both good but nothing amazing. I always tend to think you will not get bad food while in any restaurants in Japan. This would be one of those I classified into. Probably not something that I would recommend but also one that can't really go wrong. I have read some reviews here that says they enjoyed the food a lot. Perhaps they serve a better variety and taste for dinner.
Visited August 2015
“Good BBQ pork and BBQ chicken ... BBQ right in front of you”
Very delicious BBQ food and the service here is very good too. Relax and enjoy the BBQ stick .... Just rightly cook and heat your tongue !
“Guided gastronomical tour”
“The guided tour” 5 of 5 stars Pending review In Japan, one gets used to first-class food, even in a small izakaya, made with high-quality, very fresh ingredients, and prepared by cooks who have diligently mastered the technique, whether it be Japanese, French, or whatever; served by staff who more ...than make up for in enthusiasm what they might lack in professional polish. This general high standard makes it hard to write in praise of any one place, but the experience at this little yakitori restaurant was special. They have no English menus, but the waiter, Naruta Ryo, (who had spent some time surfing in Noosa) ushered us in nonetheless. He quickly guided us through the menu, focusing on the things that the house does best and recommending his own favourites, including a really excellent sake at just $3 over the more ordinary brands. Go there; eat what Naruta San recommends; and enjoy.
Visited May 2015