Anjō is a city in Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
As of May 2015, the city had an estimated population of 183,217 and a population density of 2,130 persons per km². The total area was 86.05 square kilometres.
Things to do in Anjo
4 based on 31 reviews
Perhaps one of the most famous Noodle's restaurant in Anjo.
The noodle is good and the Nami option sometimes might even be a challenge.
It's not good to drink coke or beer since they have free water and the Negui offered free is a plus for this restaurant.
It could have a non smoking area, but overall is a good option for noodles in this area.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
4 based on 15 reviews
4 based on 23 reviews
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Visited on a Sunday morning, about a 10 minute wait definitely worth it. Menu has pictures which is great for me (can't read Kanji), portions were larger than expected, and quite delicious. Service was very polite and on-time.
4 based on 14 reviews
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Our restrant serves course dishes.We have a mix style of French and Japanese dishes.Our restaurat have a old house of Japan style.We hold many flores events for every season.For example...Sakura,Ajisai(Hydrangea),Satsuki(Azalea),etc...Our name, Hana no utage means party of flores.
After arriving at the entrance, a fairly short walk from the station, we were met with a traditional Japanese-style garden. Crossing a stone pathway through the garden, we were ushered in by welcoming staff.
The staff are well-mannered, and helpful when it came to explaining what it was we were eating. They are well trained in what to recommend with certain dishes, and I had a particularly delicious German wine, as well as their special blend of oriental-style tea.
After talking a little with Katou-san, the very traditional proprietress of Hana no Utage, she urged me to try their freshly baked bread, as I mentioned that I found Japanese bread, in general, too sweet. It was just like the European bread that I'm used to.
The restaurant doesn't have an a-la-carte menu, but instead serves a course menu, with several things they specialise in. The food isn't completely Japanese, nor is it completely European, instead being a fusion between the two. Some of the courses feel Japanese, some feel French or Italian or British. We had the 4000円 menu, consisting of:
- Octopus Salad
- Grapefruit Gratin
- Cauliflower Potage
- Cooked Yellowtail (Buri)
- Seasonally flavoured shaved ice
- Roast tenderloin beef, served with seasonal vegetables. Comes with 3 seasonings for the beef: Ponzu (often served in Japan with cooked meat), wasabi, and shouyu (soy sauce) powder
- Mentaiko (slightly spicy cod roe) rice, served with miso soup
- Chocolate brownies with pistachios and orange sauce, for dessert
Each course looked a little small, but added up to being just the right size, as I was satisfied at the end.
As the time passed through to evening, the English style garden lit up, highlighting several trees and bushes, along with a small pavilion and birdbath. The restaurant itself is also a comfortable fusion of traditional Japanese and Victorian Queen Anne style interior design.
4 based on 39 reviews
I ordered their main dish, and they provided me with a delicious meal . Fried Pork with eggs on top of rice. So it is something like Oyakodon with pork instead of chicken. Anyway, it was good. I like it.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
This lndian nepali restaurant is papular in anjo city. Serving delecious food is main objectives of this restaurant. Staffs talk polietly to all costomers.. They serve fresh and tasty foods.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
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