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Best restaurants in Chiyoda City

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“Among all the ninja restaurants, the most famous one is " Ninja Akasaka " Akasaka is the name of the place which is at the center of Tokyo. Inside of this restaurant it is dim and the construction of both the interior and exterior of Ninja Akasaka is like that of a ninja’s house. It has the ancient fashioned design of a Japanese building and a small waterfall and five tiny ponds can be found in this restaurant. The foods on the menu of this restaurant are quite familiar. Customers can order Sushi, Sashimi, salads, meat and fish dishes and some courses. The prices of dishes are not so expensive. For instance, " Kunoichi course " costs 5,500 Japanese yen and the highest price course " Hideyosh”
19 locals recommend
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“The best restaurant for Pork cutlet around here!! The master is nice and kind! There are some original menus as well!”
4 locals recommend
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“The intersection is home to a well known sushi shop called Sukiyabashi Jiro. It was the subject of the 2011 documentary film Jiro Dreams of Sushi. In 2014, it was visited by Barack Obama. The restaurant has a highly coveted 3-star rank in the Michelin Guide. The owner has met half of the celebrities who visit Japan. It's amazing where dedication to good fish can take you. Location: Tsukamoto Sogyo Building, Basement 1st Level, 2-15, Ginza 4-chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 03-3535-3600 Hours:Lunch 11:30-14:00; Dinner 17:30-20:30”
13 locals recommend
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“Since 1936, Kyūbey’s quality and presentation has won it a moneyed and celebrity clientele. Even so, this is a supremely foreigner-friendly and relaxed restaurant. Expect personal greetings in English by the owner Imada-san and his team of talented chefs, who will make and serve your sushi, piece by piece. For a real treat, order the kaiseki (Japanese haute cuisine) menu served on pottery by famed artisan Kitaoji Rosanjin (¥31,500). There's an exhibition of Rosanjin pieces on the restaurant’s 4th floor. ”
5 locals recommend
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“Osakana Honpo Taiko Chaya; Great for group to enjoy dinner with all-you-can-eat sashimi, tuna filleting show, etc”
10 locals recommend
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Korean Restaurant
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“I think this place is very Nice. The popular menu with 14 long-established store restaurants is offered here. A dish is offered to roast meat, a pot, a cold noodle, MAKKORI and tea widely.”
10 locals recommend
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“Very recommended for those who love meat Steak, grilled meat, Tonkatsu, shabu-shabu, sukiyaki ... So excited!”
1 local recommends
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“ここの九州拉麺は超濃厚ですが、コクと旨味が凝縮されていますね。細麺とも良くあっていてとても美味しいです!本当に癖になる味です!是非行ってみて体験してみてください!”
10 locals recommend
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“Eel is one of Japanese favorite food,Nodaiwa is very famous restaurant in Japan.”
1 local recommends
Food Court
“日本の食文化の中に今完全に溶け込んでしまったラーメン。 様々な違った味のそして違った麵の食感を味わうことができる 観光地。きっと新しい発見があることでしょう。”
3 locals recommend
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“Gyu-katsu is fried beef, one of my favorite foods :) The inside is rare. You can't taste it in other countries !!”
2 locals recommend
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“Jojoen Yugentei is the most luxurious and decorative interior one among Jojoen chain restaurants I know. And of course they offer yummy yakiniku -- a perfect place for meat lovers! Comparing with the outsides of ordinary building, the interior inside is just luxurious. Yakiniku restaurants tend to be smoky and loud, and apparently Jojoen Yugentei has not only good grill equipment but also good range hood equipment. The dinner menu is diverse and surely delicious, while I highly recommend the lunch value menu which is provided from reasonable 900-3000 yen, with choices of yakinikh rice bowl, and grilled yakiniky set, etc. Yummy! ”
1 local recommends
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1 local recommends
Tempura Restaurant
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“Kaneko Hannosuke If you like tempura, You should try this restaurant. It's in Nihonbashi, near Ginza. Address: 1-1-4-3 Nihonbashi Honcho,Cyuo-ku Tokyo city.”
6 locals recommend
Ramen Restaurant
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“Housemade noodles are nothing new, but the clean, minimal Shichisai takes it a step further. The noodles are literally made by hand when you order. And the soup is awesome. It’s Kitakata style, from Fukushima Prefecture, and really heavy with niboshi—dried sardines—so it has lots of umami. Get here a bit before the opening time. It takes about 10 minutes to make the noodles from scratch with each order, and a long line means a long wait.”
5 locals recommend