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Things to do in Fussa
4 based on 19 reviews
4 based on 34 reviews
4 based on 20 reviews
I loved my experience and meal at Tex-Mex. I enjoyed two tacos, rice, and beans with a side of grapefruit juice. Everything was well-seasoned, fresh, and super delicious! I can't wait to return.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
4.5 based on 33 reviews
Very nice place, decided on the sausage pizza. Very tasty just the right amount. Had the pale ale and the wheat. Both went well with the pizza.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
My friend took me here the other day. The restaurant was packed since it was a Friday evening, but we were able to get a table quickly. She recommended the pad Thai, so that's what I ordered. It was oily at all - quite scrumptious! For dessert we had the fried banana with ice cream. Oh. My. Goodness. Was it amazing? Yes!! Definitely order one!
The only downside is that they allow smoking. :-(
3.5 based on 25 reviews
The name is actually Nicola's Pizza House, and it's the worst Italian food I've ever had! Both pasta and pizza are ridiculously overpriced, the pizza is just the most awful dish you can get there. That is definitely not Italian style pizza! If you looking forward getting ripped off with terrible Italian food, there you go...
4 based on 26 reviews
As the title suggests, I was new to the concept of Japanese Curry, however once I had my first taste of that perfectly fried pork cutlet atop perfectly steamed Japanese rice in concert with this perfectly favorable sauce, I was hooked. Truly something that must be done once.
3.5 based on 26 reviews
This is a great place for many different bagels, even with some very strange flavors, such as Fig, Green Tea or Melon. All of the bagels I have had have been relatively good.
For lunch (and dinner) I have had the bagel Sandwich sets, and all have been excellent. They are a really good value as you get the bags Sandwich, small salad, soup and a drink. As with most place in Japan, the food tastes fresh. The service is courteous and prompt also.
If you eat upstairs, there is a small play are for the children too.
This place is conveniently located on Route 16 between Yokota's Supply Gate and Fussa Gates. I would recommend this place to anybody that wants a nice inexpensive lunch.
5 based on 12 reviews
During our 5+ years living in Japan, we enjoyed many, many meals at Ishikawa Brewery's "Fussa no Birugoya" (literally translated, "Beer Hut of Fussa"). Beer Hut is popular with those who prefer a western-style menu (mostly Italian) and cutlery vs. chopsticks. The wood-fired oven produces wonderful pizza. We usually enjoyed the fish or meat special entrees, which featured beautifully tender, sauced main dishes with gorgeous, perfectly seasoned roasted vegetables and mashed potatoes. In addition to various craft beers, Beer Hut also serves fresh, local sake and tasty sake-based cocktails. If they have it, be sure to leave room for the tiramisu dessert--yummy!! ALWAYS call first (a few of the staff members speak a little English) to make sure the restaurant isn't closed for a private party or otherwise completely booked, which happens fairly frequently, especially during cherry-blossom time and other temperate weather conditions, when outside Seating is available. NOTE: here are TWO restaurants at Ishikawa Brewery: in addition to Beer Hut, there is "Zougura," serving standard Japanese fare (sashimi, noodles, etc.). It's usually packed with diners who mostly are smokers. Upstairs is a free museum featuring the history of the brewery--there are no English translations of the museum items; nevertheless, it's an interesting museum to visit if one is a beer aficionado.
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