The quaint traditional family-run restaurant features three-taste Nagoya salmon. These fresh otters are kept warm on the grille. The first is to eat with rice and onions, the second is to eat with chopped onions and mustard, the third is to add a little gravy. The Nagoya flavor is perfect. A little more expensive than the next door, but if you don't like the 30 minute queue before a meal, come to this place.
In addition to eel, this chicken hot pot is very distinctive, rich in flavor, delicious soup, good service, and I recommend trying it.
This quaint traditional family-run restaurant specializes in Nagoya eel three dishes. These fresh water eels are placed on the grill to maintain temperature. The first way is to eat it with rice and green onions. The second way is to eat with chopped green onions and mustard. The third way is to add a little broth. A perfect experience of the flavor of Nagoya. It’s a bit more expensive than the shop next door, but if you don’t like the 30-minute line before the meal, come to this place
This is called miyajagi, and it is a Japanese restaurant that is more popular with diners. The eel and rice at this restaurant is really delicious, and basically every table must be ordered.
This is Nagoya, it's impossible to leave the cod rice....this is a bit of a routine.
The most famous eel in Nagoya is three foods. This shop is cheaper than an online celebrity shop, but there is no explanation on how to eat it. I was a bit worse on the Internet, but it is best to eat directly. I think the rice is so common, and the eel is greasy.