Comfort Hotel Nagasaki
Phone: (81) 95 827-1111
Fax: (81) 95 827-1154
8-17 Kabashima-machi, Nagasaki, JP, 850-0034
- Phone: (81) 95 827-1111
- Fax: (81) 95 827-1154
The interior is traditionally Japanese, with tatami mats and low sitting tables, but there are some booths. Okonomi-yaki (Japanese pancakes) make a great meal. They are filling, tasty, and there is a variety to choose from. They make an even better meal when the price is as low as it is here. Daikichi actually runs two stores in Nagasaki City. This one is perhaps the most convenient since it is located along the Hamano-machi arcade. The other is in Shindaiku-machi. If you are in either part of the town,then do consider dropping by.
This restaurant is a very popular place for dates because of its location on the fourth floor of the "Youme Saito" shopping complex. Couples can enjoy dining with a view of the bay. The westerly facing windows make the sunset hours a splendid time to go. The primarily wooden interior is fairly simple and sleek, like an elegant cafe. Tables are widely spaced, providing intimacy for the many couples who dine here. As the menu changes and shows influences from various culinary traditions, it is hard to characterize, but popular dishes include Turkish rice and some pasta selections.
This huge five-floor restaurant actually houses a number of restaurants in one building. The main restaurant is located on the first floor. The second floor has VIP rooms for up to a dozen people. The third floor comprises five private rooms with seating for eight to 24, and the top two floors are banquet rooms with a capacity of 120 people each. The place looks exquisite, but the prices are reasonable. Pictures and vases along the walls give the main Chinese accent. The comprehensive menu lists side dishes priced reasonably, but courses can cost quite a sum.
Good Chinese food at a reasonable price makes Sanseigo restaurant a fine choice from among the several dozen located in the China Town area. This casual, down-to-earth eatery draws a young crowd, and it is especially popular for lunches. A sign outside the door displays the staples varieties of noodle based dishes, such as Nagasaki champon. Also try the gyoza or harumaki. Beer and other drinks are available.
Good value for money and a comprehensive menu make this a popular venue for returning clientèle. Small circular wooden tables in an elaborately decorated bright and cheerful interior set the scene for this intimate dining experience. The remarkable selection of food items available is epitomized by its sixteen varieties of shellfish. Numerous excellent courses and wide selection of drinks is available.
This restaurant is a good place for a casual date, as the atmosphere is fairly quiet. An eclectic collection of dishes awaits the guests here. An aged feel, maybe because of the old sound system and worn furniture, somehow adds to the charm of the establishment. The fried chicken, rice-based dishes and meat selections are vaguely Western with ethnic influences standard fare. Call to know the open hours.
Good value lunch menu, with dinner selections at reasonable prices. If you go at lunch, you can order set meals for very cheap! There are usually three choices available. Drinks, including beer, are also available. The tables, chairs and booths are comfortable enough, decorations sufficient to let you know that you are in a Chinese restaurant. It is mostly frequented by a young, casually dressed crowd.
You certainly do not have to be staying in the Hotel JAL City Nagasaki, near China Town, to eat at this pub-like restaurant located within the hotel. In fact, many if not most of the clientele are from "outside," and have come because word has spread: the place is good and the prices are affordable. While it calls itself a pub, this is basically in appearance only. It is more like a restaurant.
Tonkatsu, or fried breaded cutlets (of chicken, pork, etc.) are standard fare here. Try some of the more exotic ones wrapped in bacon, cheese, or shiso leaves before they are fried. Two different sauces, hot and sour to go with each meal, which includes rice and other side dishes, if you order a set.
This charming old coffee shop is located in a building that has existed since the Edo Era. The atmosphere is quiet and pleasant, allowing you to take a rest or gather your thoughts, and enjoy the coffee and tea served here. The establishment is frequented by Japanese as well as members of the international community. Decorated with objets d'art, the interior exudes a warm atmosphere.
This restaurant is designed much like a Nagasaki trolley car, giving it charm and novelty. The food comes in enormous quantities and is likely to fill you, even if it cannot be easily characterized. There are also about 7,000 comic books, manga and magazines, which you are welcome to read at your leisure for hours if you like, so long as you place an order. The Turkish rice being a particularly popular dish. Other rice-based dishes (pilaf, etc.) are also offered. The menu is somewhat eclectic, but definitely shows Asian influence. The decor completes the pciture with trolley car windows and seats, even hanging straps!
This standard bar has booths and tables, as well as seats at the bar, from which you can see any part of the room. Local musicians play here on occasion, and at other times the bartenders spin the records in their collection. The bar has a warm, hearty atmosphere to it with a generally cheerful mood. Glasses and bottles hang from racks above the counter. Rock posters and signs adorn the walls.