Top 10 Nishi, Hokkaido foods
Discover the best food in Nishi, Japan including Refined Tavern Aiyo Kita 3 Jo, Moliere, Sapporo Ramen Haruka, Indian Food Dining JYOTI, Rokkatei Maruyamaten, Gotsubo, Tokachi Butadon Ippin Sapporo Kitajuujou, Nemuro Hanamaru JR Tower Stellar Place, Picante, Suage Honten
1. Refined Tavern Aiyo Kita 3 Jo
4 based on 230 reviews
Reviewed By 304andat - Bangkok, Thailand
Very very good food! Very comfortable. The food is various and the place itself is spacious. Recommend !!!
4 based on 148 reviews
Reviewed By pl55 - singapore
Exquisite French food in a lovely dining space served with much warmth & professionalism
We chose the Terroir set for lunch as it has the house special item, abalone. Once you are shown into the dining room, you feel you are on cloud nine - not only is it very well decorated, you feel the warmth and hospitality exuded by the service staff. Prices here are extremely reasonable for an established French restaurant which has been winning Michelin stars since 2012 - just earlier this year, Moliere was awarded 3 Michelin stars.The terroir set costs 11,000 yen (inclusive of tax) and an average glass of wine is only 1,200 yen.The course items were varied and imaginatively presented - gazpacho soup, summer salad, shimai ebi in a bowl of pine leaves, scallop in oba leaf done tempura style perched on some twigs, Shiretoko beef presented on a hot stone, and the abalone presented lightly battered in squid ink sauce with risotto. After a refreshing sorbet which tasted even yummier with a shot of brandy, we were presented with the fromage blanc dessert with haskap sauce which the wait staff encouraged us to go for an encore. The lovely meal ended with coffee and the spectacular gateau a la broche. While enjoying the delicious food, we marvelled at how the chefs at Moliere have presented classical French cooking with wonderfully fresh Hokkaido ingredients and injected a bit of Japanese sensibility without reducing the cuisine to fusion.The amount of work that went into each dish could be seen and tasted. Best of all, the service staff was always at hand to explain the dish and how best to eat it.It was a surprise to be thanked profusely for a tip which we felt was well deserved. There was no less than half a dozen service staff looking after the full house of 20 diners. We were certainly well looked after!This was a perfect lunch for us and we would certainly love to return the next time we visit Sapporo. Bravo Moliere!
3. Sapporo Ramen Haruka
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Reviewed By remirivas - Paris, France
Rock N Ramen !
Halfway between your teenage room and a corner shop ramen, this place is a must for all the hard rock / metal lovers. Ramens are sweet, the boss is very kind and the decorations 100% rock. Guitar, badges, t-shirts and records covers. Eat traditional Japanese food listening to the classics such as Motley True, Motorhead, Scorpions and Led Zep.
4. Indian Food Dining JYOTI
5 based on 129 reviews
Halal, 100% veg,vegan,oriental vegan, Row food serve here.Please come and visit us.
Reviewed By Jaswant Singh K
Shahi Paneer NaN was awesome
I visited Jyoti and had Shahi Paneer Nan it was very delicious.I would recommend Jyoti to all Indian food lovers. They have options for vegetarian vegan non-vegetarian, oriental vegan food enthusiast.The owner himself is vegetarian and 100% veg food is assured.Whenever I will visit Sapporo will have good food here.ありがとうございます。また来てください。よろしくお願いいたします。Thank you very much.Hope to see you again.नमस्ते में आपको धन्यवाद देता हूं
5. Rokkatei Maruyamaten
4 based on 180 reviews
Reviewed By Nessie3 - Sapporo, Japan
Locals love it!
Fine cakes and confections.Free coffee. A long-established favorite among locals.
4 based on 224 reviews
Reviewed By Junteng63 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
went to this shop which recommand by tripadvisor. Tried the oysters n its fresh. We order 5bbq and 5fresh, the owner gv us 12 pieces. Is so tasty n fresh. If u love seafood, go ahead.
7. Tokachi Butadon Ippin Sapporo Kitajuujou
4 based on 176 reviews
Reviewed By Loekito1824 - Jakarta, Indonesia
A Restaurant that sell pork meat. Located at the Stellar Place at dining section. The place is relatively small, so don't be surprise to see a long queue during lunch or dinner time. The menu is very simple, just pork meat with rice. However, they offer different type of pork bowl. For Example, if you are meat lover, can order more pork slice with less rice, can order normal rice with more slice of pork meat. If you want to try, maybe you can try to avoid peak hours. However, i order for take away to eat at the hotel for supper
8. Nemuro Hanamaru JR Tower Stellar Place
4 based on 1304 reviews
Reviewed By poonie17
Fresh, Good & Affordable
Ate twice at this restaurant.This restaurant appear in many bloggers sites.First visit was on a Sunday evening 6:30pm. Took a number that was super far and waited 4-5hours for our turn. From dinner it became supper for us. Not much variety to choose from but the food is fresh !! Staffs don’t speak much English so it’s abit difficult to communicate. After eating so much, bill turn out to be rather low. No wonder this restaurant is so popular with tourists and local. Second visit was on a Tuesday evening. Took a number around 5:30pm and we are seated by 7pm. This time round more variety are available for both raw and cooked items.
4 based on 217 reviews
Reviewed By ccfchew_23 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Good soup curry! Also has takeout version
Came early for dinner, had the pork vege curry. Nice kick to it for a level 2. Love the soup and the lassi drink.It was my 1st experience with this shop and they really impressed with their curry
10. Suage Honten
4 based on 663 reviews
Reviewed By pauljer - Singapore, Singapore
Soup curry: Japan’s most underrated dish
Soup Curry – heavy, saucy and comforting – is one of Japan’s most underrated dishes.Start by choosing the type of curry base you want…here choose your kind of curry from Crispy “Shiretoko” Chicken & vegetables – chicken (boneless), potato, carrot, eggplant, pumpkin, boiled egg, maitake mushroom, green pepper or Braised “Furano” pork kakuni – braised pork belly, potato, carrot, eggplant, pumpkin, young corn boiled egg. The broth is soupier than traditional Japanese curry. Then, select your desired spice level. Chicken-me chose the mild version. Next, choose the amount of rice you want and request any additional toppings. Most locals scoop rice onto their spoon and dip it into the curry, but you won’t be kicked out if you ladle the soup curry over your rice instead…like us.It’s a spectacle of color that tastes as good as it looks. This is the true truth as I say it as it is…