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Torikita is located in Kurokabe-square, one of the famous sightseeing spots in Shiga Pref.
Whenever I visit there at lunch time, I see people who form a long line in front of the eatery.
Although it has a wide variety of menus, most of visitors place an order for Oyako-don, Torikita's special.
I had been interested in it but I wasn't tolerant enough to wait.
Oyako-don is a bowl of rice topped with boiled chicken and eggs.
Incidentally, Oyako means parent and child; Oyako-don is named after chicken and eggs.
When we visited there at 16:30 no one was standing in a line, so we could enter the eatery without waiting.
The difference between the Oyakodon and ordinary one is that former is topped with raw egg.
If you are not big fan of raw egg, you can replace it with a boiled egg by telling staff "nikomi" when you place an order.
Maybe I had expected too much, so I was less moved than I had thought.
Definitely it's an affordable eatery and staff are amiable but I wonder if it deserves to wait for a long time.
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3.5 based on 38 reviews
I'm always on the lookout for new Breweries in Japan and since I was cycling through Nagahama anyway I made it a point to stop here. I tried the IPA special and was happy enough that I also purchased 4 other Roman creations as well. I have yet to sample them all but so far I am impressed. Definitely stop by if you are in the area. It's just southeast of Nagaham station.
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4 based on 75 reviews
Yokaro occupies an atmospheric traditional wooden building in the old quarter of Nagahama. Diners sit at small low tables on the mat floor. Marinaded braised mackerel served on noodles is the speciality here, and it's very tasty. There is a picture menu. The restaurant closes early: so this is more a lunch than a dinner venue.
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Chose this place based on reviews!
Didn't disappoint!Hard to get to if you don't have a car but the ayu are farmed on site!
You can try these sweet fish in any way imaginable! We had the baked fish along with the sushi and the fried version.
The restaurant is very traditional inside...lots of little rooms and low tables!
Well worth a visit if you go to Nagahama by car.
4 based on 15 reviews
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