The food here is nice. There are some interesting dishes and sauces. I really loved all the salmon and pickled fish. For dessert there was a yummy baked apple cobbler among some other cold pudding looking things. But the staff is...err...uptight. It was really quiet and I could hear all of the other patrons' conversations.
It was fun to try once, but I won't be back.
This is such a cool sight! You can go inside this boat and see for yourself what it was like to travel by sea long ago. If you are in the area you should definitely check it out. Kids can really have fun here too!
Learn about the history of Ramen noodles. Sample some different types of ramen from different parts of Japan and play around in a mock-up old Japanese neighborhood. It is a fun place to take a date or spend an afternoon with friends. We had fun trying out the old fashioned sweets and snacks in an upstairs shop.
Not at all geared towards foreign families. Kids don't really play or make friends here. They sit in desks A LOT and write in notebooks A LOT. They tackle difficult subjects but it doesn't look like a very fun place.
The owner/chef of this place is a really great guy. We threw a party here for 20 people and he was so flexible and accommodating. The food was so delicious: soft fluffy pita, chicken that melted off the bone... Everyone was raving about it. The atmosphere/interior decoration is really cool and also really cozy.
We had breakfast here and it was such a disappointment. The food was just ridiculously overpriced and the quality was WORSE THAN McDonalds. It seemed like the cook put no effort at all into preparing a few simple dishes. The building is cool. The location is trendy. The staff is surly and can't bothered to smile or offer service. We got a feeling like this place might be going out of business soon and everyone had already thrown in the towel.