We ate here 3 times over our 2 week holiday as it was so good. We were lucky it was so close to our appartment, but we would have definitely travelled further if we needed.
We tried a range of dishes and all of them were delicious, my all time favourite being the Akabeko Ramen which was hearty and filling and really delicious. The small plates work well as a starter and I'd recommend getting a couple/few and sharing. The food is certainly filling but not to the extreme. (full details on dishes below)
The restaurant itself appears small and unassuming from outside but there's plenty of space to seat quite a few tables inside, with additional seating outside. The decor is light and full of Japanese art. The staff are friendly but happy to leave you alone. The prices were reasonable, about €8.50 or so for the mains. I can't wait to return next year.
Chicken gyoza: really light and full of flavour, you receive 4 pieces
Chicken wings: crispy and tasty, not heavy on the sauce, you receive 8 pieces
Yakitori: sweet and savoury and great teriyaki sauce, you receive 2 skewers
Yaki Udon: fresh and filling with a healthy sprinkling of bonito flakes, a great bowl of tasty noodles, chicken and prawns
Akabeko-don: big bowl of breaded pork with a sweet and salty sauce on a bed of sticky rice
Yaki Soba: large portion of prawns, cabbage, carrot, and soba noodles coated in a lovely sauce
Tempura ramen: big bowl of exceptional ramen soup filled with udon noodles, vegetables and tempura prawns
Akabeko ramen: (again) big bowl of exeptional ramen soup filled with soba noodles, vegetables, belly pork, a boiled egg and a little fish cake. The prettiest dish and the tastiest.
Chocolate Dorayaki: lovely little pancake to end the meal, one pancake cut in 2 is enough to share after a filling bowl of ramen
Chocolate fondant: great little chocolate fondant, definitely one to share as it's quite rich
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