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Hands down, hand on heart the bestest best unagi I have ever had. So yummy! Perfectly seasoned and grilled to a slight crisp. Do yourself a favour and order at least 4 pieces. There is no difference between the different options for the unagi. Either...More
Absolutely delicious, for someone who doesnt really like unagi. They have unagi sets or unagi donbori for order. For 1st timer, sharing one set and one donbori is good choice. Go in between meal times to avoid long queues. Restaurant is easy to find and...More
Restaurant was easy to find and is within walking distance from Kawabata shopping street. We were given seats on the third floor next to windows, very calm and pretty view!
Service was fast and efficient!
Now for the food- the unagi was very good albeit...More
We the last in japan now, i meet nice restaurants he salling nice food i meet in japan. The food is really yummy, also i like the place is very cozy. When we came to japan again, we will back again to this place !!!!
Yoshizuka Unagiya, a very traditional unagi restaurant, was established in 1873. It’s highly rated among the locals and in Tabelog.
I went with my friend today for lunch. I originally asked my hotel concierge to book 13:00 but was told that the only available time...More
Must try Unagi in Japan and I would recommend the best will be in Nagoya but this historical restaurant in Fukuoka is a very decent choice to try eel rice. Full of Visitors but don't worry, just write your name on the Waiting List and...More
I’ve been around parts of japan eating unagi and this version is really quite good though I still prefer Nagoya’s unagi. Thin slices of unagi grilled with a slightly charred taste, sauce is separate so it’s not too sweet. Though the rice doesn’t have the...More
After our unagi meals in Nagoya and Yanagawa, we were hoping this restaurant would be a climax of fine tastes. Indeed we found it so. We ordered rice with three pieces of unagi, and eel chazuke, and loved it. The grilled eel had a good...More
Looks rather traditional but so friendly and warm.
Simple menu with wonderful options. The eel is amazing !
Complimentary sencha tea and hot towels... along with plenty of sake and plum wine.
Last orders are rigid.