Top 3 Asian food in Arita-cho, Saga Prefecture, Japan

November 30, 2020 Ying Subia

Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Arita-cho, Saga Prefecture, Japan including Toraji, Sarayama, Kiln Cafe

1. Toraji

3129-8 Kuromuta Hei, Arita-cho, Nishimatsura-gun Saga Prefecture Asian, Korean +81 955-42-6934

Reviewed By FarAway806814

ランチで立ち寄りました。有田には滅多にいかないので、久しぶりです。火~金のランチメニューがいろいろあって、目移りするのですが、結局毎回選んでしまうのは石焼ビビンバ。今回は辛めのキムチ石焼ビビンバ(860円わかめスープ付)にしました。辛いけど、おいし~~~また来たいと思わせる味です。

Most Popular Cafe food in Arita-cho, Saga Prefecture, Japan

2. Sarayama

1-3-16 Nakadaru Kami Arita Station, Arita-cho, Nishimatsura-gun 844-0002 Saga Prefecture Cafe, Asian, Korean [email protected] +81 955-42-2653 http://arita-crp.com/cafe-sarayama/
Sarayama

Reviewed By sayoyoshi

上有田駅構内にあるカフェで、「粉雪」という名のかき氷のような韓国スイーツが目玉です。日本のかき氷とは違い、サラサラとした氷の中にイチゴや白玉が隠れており、新感覚のスイーツでした。無人の上有田駅はレトロでゆっくりとした時間を過ごせる場所です。

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3. Kiln Cafe

972-31 Hommachi Hei Kiln Arita, Arita-cho, Nishimatsura-gun 844-0018 Saga Prefecture Japanese, American, Cafe, Asian, Indonesian Breakfast, Lunch Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Validated Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Cash Only, Free Wifi +81 955-25-9389 http://www.facebook.com/kilncafearita/
Kiln Cafe

We provide drinks. we hope all guests have good memory by visiting our cafe. a cosy cafe (50m away from arita station) to hide under the roof on rainy day. the side tables have power outlets on the wall for you to plug ur devices and the desserts are just

Reviewed By kimibar

Had a wait for a train--and there's practically nothing in the little train station in Arita (where one goes to see ceramics of all qualities). So looking for a quick coffee, I went into this café that looks like a tourist info office--which it also is.In the back is a nice sized lunchroom with furnishings in wood (also with ceramics to sell), where you can get not only a snack or drink, but also a complete lunch--eggs on rice, bits of fried pork on rice, etc. with tea, and a fabulous pickled vegetable (tsukemono) at the end of the meal. I think soup came with it, too. A menu with pictures! Everything cooked there in the open. Some English spoken (though nothing complicated). And cheap.

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