The locals have been in love with their own unique food in Nagoya.
Now it is called “Nagoya Meshi” and it finally came into the spotlight in Japan.
It is a must to try some “Nagoya Meshi”, outstanding Nagoya local food specialities when you visit Nagoya!
Atsuta Houraiken is renowned in Nagoya and retains its top popularity spot simply because the restaurant also pioneered the original style of eating unagi!
If you have some time, please visit Atsuta Houraiken and enjoy its well-loved Hitsumabushi today!
The most distinctive feature of the Ebisuya is the retention of traditional Nagoya noodle making methods and generational techniques.
Firstly, the handmade noodles are created by mixing wheat flour and salt water.
Secondly, the sauce is unique to Nagoya, a unique blend of "muroaji" broth and "tamari" soy sauce, made from soybeans.
Here you can enjoy specialty udon noodles, iconic to Nagoya.
Yamamoto-ya Honten is recognised for its famous udon, notably, the miso-nikomi udon.
The restaurant is close to 100 years old, hence its popularity with residents from Nagoya across all generations. No one in Nagoya will disregard its existence nor fame.
It was established in 1907 with customers who visit again and again just to enjoy its beloved miso-nikomi udon.
There is a perfectly good reason for its enduring legacy of over 100 years.
I will take some time to introduce some of its specialties now.
Apparently, the owner himself has had no experience in cooking and yet, he created a recipe that has brought great reviews to a dish known as the Ankake Spaghetti.
He has indeed perfected this original recipe from scratch.
Today, the highly successful dish is well loved by everyone!
The Ankake Spaghetti seems to have made a stronger impact than the other specialty dishes or Nagoyameshi.
Surprisingly, at that time, the dish did not have a common name at all.
In fact, the owner concocted this name himself and now the "Ankake Spaghetti" is known for its originality and is raved about most widely. The name gained fame over the TV channels and perhaps, this contributed to the acknowledgement of a unique and original spaghetti dish now known as the famous Ankake Spaghetti.
It is also a popular story that the founder of Karametei, Mr. Shichi started his own restaurant with zero experience as a chef.
With no previous cooking experience whatsoever, he created the delicious tasting Ankake Spaghetti.
The owner of Karametei has not stopped since, actively and creatively developing new items regularly.
Hence, the grand menu is constantly updated with new dishes.
Customers visiting the restaurant can always look forward to trying out new and exciting dishes, and this has become a trademark of Karametei and the owner, always novel and always moving forward with the times.
Usually, a bowl of curry udon in Japan is served in a regular bowl.
However, the dish of curry noodles at Syachi-ichi is cooked in an earthenware pot and served directly in a pot.
At Syachi-ihi, this particular bowl of hot curry "nikomi" udon is exceptionally delicious.
“Tenmusu” is a popular Nagoya food item that is eaten when you are riding on the Shinkansen or bus. It can be packed and brought back to the hotel too.
The brand of “Tenmusu Senju" is popular for its delicious “Tenmusu”.
There are several stores located at the Osu shopping district which is also a popular tourist spot, and at Centrair, the international airport located in the Aichi Prefecture.
These popular shrimp crackers from Nagoya known casually as “Ebi Senbei no Sato" are available in a wide variety of flavors.
Almost everyone from the Aichi Prefecture will promote the brand name of “Ebi Senbei no Sato”.
It is located in Centrair (Chubul Japan International Airport), the gateway to Nagoya by air, and also at the Nagoya Castle, a major tourist attraction, so do stop by if you are nearby!