Comfort Hotel Gifu
Phone: (81) 58 267-1311
Fax: (81) 58 267-1312
6-6, Yoshino-machi, Gifu, JP, 500-8844
- Phone: (81) 58 267-1311
- Fax: (81) 58 267-1312
A great place to dine for those who like to have a great time while enjoying good Italian food. ZenZero offers patrons good food, good wine and good times, all at a reasonable price. You will be surprised at the size of the dishes. Though the rates are a little bit high they are sure to cross your expectation. Call to know the open hours.
Probably the best Italian restaurant in the city, Gira Sole goes beyond just pizza and pasta. It serves a wide variety of fish and seafood delicacies as well as outstanding meat dishes. Just one of the set courses available here is enough to feed the average person for the whole day. If you prefer to order a la carte, there is a fabulous range of hors d'oeuvres and entrees to choose from. The wine list is extensive and includes many top quality selections.
If you are looking for a classy place for a drinking date, then Rondonto bar and restaurant is definitely recommended. The atmosphere and decor resembles an old English pub, as intended, and is quite relaxing. There are 200 varieties of alcohol on hand, including fine scotch and whiskey, beers like Guinness, and standard pub fare. Expect to pay more for many drinks, while simple but elegant dishes, like the popular "Devil's Chicken," are also priced similarly.
Bistro Yamazaki Teihat serves you so discreetly that you hardly notice them. It uses only the freshest seasonal ingredients, so the menu changes regularly. You can also order a la carte. If it is available, try the outstanding sea bass pie for two or the cheese and ham salad. If you plan to go on the weekend, it is better to make a reservation as it is very popular with young women.
Nikka Pokka serves a very good selection of dishes that defy classification. Whether it is grilled steak you want or something lighter, you will probably find it here. A dinner course starts at JPY2,000, but you can have a filling cream crab croquette, with all the trimmings for only JPY800. Draft beer is available to help you digest your meal, after which you can relax with one of the wide range of cocktails on offer. And if you prefer a whisky to a cocktail, just ask for the menu. There are over 200 different whiskys available.
Situated close to the Hyatt hotel and abutting an enormous video arcade is indicative of how this outlet has been catering to lovers of rock 'n' roll since 1997. The walls and ceiling are covered by a bewildering array of memorabilia. Add checkered table clothes, wood paneling and loud music, and the classic rock dining experience is complete. A local menu caps the usual selection of American favorites. The most popular item, a sushi roll. The oyako (chicken and egg) sandwich and the teriyaki steak are also well worth a try. Call to know the open hours.
With a central location, a long history, and a shadowy, intimate atmosphere, this is one of the premier places in Nagoya to enjoy live jazz. Regular acts include local, national and international artists. Opened 30 years ago, Lovely patrons have seen some of the regular artists that appear on the stage go on to become nationally known recording stars.
A great, casual, fun-loving setting makes this the spot to relax and dine on delicious Italian cuisine in the heart of Nagoya. From the open-style kitchen, with its wood-fired pizza oven, come Italian based entrees slightly altered to meet the Japanese palette. Simple, light pizzas make great appetizers before indulging on pasta dishes.
This French-style cafe welcomes all kinds of people day and night. At lunchtime, office workers enjoy soup of the day with salad or a satisfying hamburger. At teatime, students enjoy tasty pastries with freshly brewed coffee as well as people watching at the front tables. After dark, couples and groups hang out with wine and light appetizers in cozy box seats. The atmosphere is sophisticated and the staff is well mannered and friendly.
Nagoya's Blue Note Club adds a real cosmopolitan flair to this industrial city. In heart of Nagoya's colorful Sake District, you can hear worldwide favorites such as Natalie Cole and Keiko Lee in an intimate room. For a break from the stress of the Japanese work week, stop by, grab a drink from the bar, and enjoy the heartfelt melodies in casual seating. Dinner is also available to complement your listening experience. Although you may not speak Japanese, you will understand the universal language of music that is always found at the Nagoya Blue Note and you can be sure that none of it will be lost in translation. An renown music venue, Blue Note Clubs can also be found in New York, Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka, and Milano.
This subterranean affair with exposed beams, earth tone décor, subdued lighting and an eclectic collection of Australiana is reminiscent of the world's most elegant mineshaft. Tables for two to four are draped in pools of light adding an intimate and private setting making the restaurant popular with couples and small groups. The real appeal is in the excellent gourmet dishes, though menu items are labeled to amuse rather than inform. Road Kill, a tender baby kangaroo stew, is anything but accidental scrapings. The BBQ Platter will leave meatlovers well satisfied.
Fashioned after an uptown New York bistro, this restaurant offers more than just culinary delights. Specializing in grilled, skewered chicken, Shige will change your image of restaurants of this genre. It serves specially-raised chicken with a choice of six different sauces to add that extra special flare to your dish. The sauces are made especially to accent the flavor of leg meat, breast meat or even beef if you so choose.