Mietsu Naval Dock Curry Udon, as can be only enjoyed at an udon restaurant!
The Mietsu Naval Dock Curry Udon features rich and mildly sweet curry, topped with crispy-fried pumpkin and lotus root to represent a steamboat and a tomato to represent the rising sun, with the addition of other vegetables. The curry is served over authentic hand-made noodles that are thick and chewy. It is a colorful dish with lots of vegetables to delight both the eyes and the palate.
Mietsu Naval Dock Curry¥600(tax included)
Topped with deep-fried vegetables in the image of the Ryōfūmaru steamboat
A local Japanese diner loved by men and women of every age. All of their dishes are filling, making it the perfect choice for those looking to satisfy their hunger. Their Mietsu Naval Dock Curry is colorfully topped with deep-fried vegetables to represent the first practical-use steamboat built in Japan, the Ryōfūmaru. These crispy vegetables give an accent to the slow-cooked, rich-tasting curry.
Mietsu Naval Dock Curry <with salad> ¥850（tax included）
Note: Limited to 10 servings per day
Discover the Mietsu Dog—a unique take on a hot sandwich! The bread, with its surface toasted to crusty perfection, represents the boat, and includes a sausage to represent a cannon, as well as cheese, ham, onions, and lettuce. The addition of slightly sweet mustard gives it a simple yet delightful taste that will bring enjoyment to all who try it. You’ll get a great deal if you order it as a set, as it comes with the addition of homemade quiche or a salmon dish, salad, and ginger soup with lots of ingredients.
Set ¥800（tax-included） Note: Photo is of the set
This extremely long hot dog, created by Takahiro Nonaka, who first created the Mietsu Naval Dog, is made in the image of the dry dock and places emphasis on its sausage and roll, which has approximately 60 cm in length. The filling sausage is accented with dried curry that brings out the mild sweetness of the onions that are used in its ingredients. A traditional Japanese bread called koppepan, that bakes up to have a soft texture and nostalgic taste, is used as the hot dog roll. This hot dog is limited to only five servings a day, and is not offered once sold out for the day.
Note: Both of the following are on the regular menu and can be enjoyed all year round.
Mietsu Naval Dog ¥1,480（tax included）／
Small Boat Size ¥500（tax included）
This restaurant, with the atmosphere of the good ol’ days in America, offers an approximately 60 cm-long hot dog, created in the image of the 60 meter-long dry dock. Their popular Hamburg steak and a salad are topped on flavorful pizza dough made from Italian flour.
The deliciously meaty Hamburg steak is made with chopped arrowhead bulbs to give it an interesting texture. And two sauces give it a depth of taste that will stimulate your appetite—a garlic-wine sauce, and a blue cheese sauce. If you want to try this dish, it’s recommended that you make a reservation in advance.
Mietsu Special Dog ¥1,280（tax-included）
Tonkotsu ramen with a rich soup that will have you hooked
This ramen shop has been serving the same tasty ramen since it was established more than half a century ago. Their rich soup with its depth of flavor will satisfy all who love ramen and tonkotsu (pork bone soup). In order to bring out the savory taste of the tonkotsu, the soup is simmered over high heat for more than 10 hours to give it a rich taste but with a clean finish. This is a ramen that will make you want to savor the soup to the last drop.
A locally famous ramen shop popular among those in the know
The soup, simmered over many hours, is rich yet smooth and mild, making it a great choice for those who are new to tonkotsu (pork bone) soup. The noodles are straight of a medium-fine thickness, a perfect match for the soup. You can have the noodles boiled to your preferred firmness upon request.
A fluffy omelet over rice, topped with plenty of Bolognese sauce
This stylish cafe is a great place to relax and unwind, whether alone or with your family. Their most popular dish is the Omu-Mix Bolognese Rice, with a soft and fluffy omelet over rice, amply topped with chunky Bolognese sauce. The rich sauce with just a hint of tartness is a perfect match for the omelet!
Authentic curries accented with spices
This restaurant offers authentic dishes from India and Nepal, such as curries made using approximately 20 varieties of aromatic spices. The popular Naan Lunch is a great value that lets you select two out of a choice of five curries, such as chicken masala, pork, or seafood, and comes with all-you-can-eat freshly baked naan! The level of spiciness of their curries can be adjusted to your preference, so that children can enjoy them as well.
If it’s a weekday, look no further than their Hamburg Steak Lunch!
Their deliciously meaty and juicy Hamburg steak has been a local favorite for more than 30 years. It comes on a sizzling iron plate with lots on the side, including a soft-cooked sunny side up egg and an ample amount of bean sprouts, and is served with your choice of three different sauces (ume plum sauce, Japanese-style sauce, or garlic sauce).
Great volume! Pork cutlet over rice
This is a comfortable restaurant with the nostalgic atmosphere of a café from the good old days. They have a great café menu, as well as a full food menu that satisfies the appetites of the local regulars. Their motto is serving food of satisfying volumes at a reasonable price, and their most popular dish is the Katsu Donburi (pork cutlet over a bowl of rice). The thickly cut pork goes well with their rich and sweet sauce.
Proudly offering Hamburg steak made with 100% Saga beef
The recommended dish at this restaurant is their Hamburg steak made with 100% Saga beef, a brand of beef renowned throughout Japan. Jumbo makes sure to receive deliveries of the necessary ingredients, and to prepare their dishes without cutting corners, in order to draw out the great taste of this high-quality meat. You can choose from either a Japanese sauce or a ketchup-based sauce.
Enjoy selected A5-rank Wagyu beef cooked over a charcoal grill
You can recognize this charcoal-grill Wagyu steak house by its red brick building. The beef served here is pure luxury—only A5-rank Wagyu beef personally selected by the chef is served. They serve delicious steak grilled slowly over a charcoal fire, but you can also enjoy their high-ranking Wagyu beef with their more affordably-priced beef stew. This stew is a very satisfying dish, made with lots of time and labor in order to draw out the rich taste of the meat.
Getting great reviews! Katsudon and Japanese-style Chanpon
Among the many items on their menu, their most popular dishes by a landslide are the Katsudon (pork cutlet over rice) and Japanese-style Chanpon (noodles). Both have an elegant richness and a depth of flavor that delight diners. The pork cutlet, made with loin of pork raised in Japan (sterilized), is so tasty that even the fatty part is delicious, and can be safely enjoyed even if some parts are slightly rare.
Places to dine around the Mietsu Naval Dock area.
Some restaurants offer special collaborative dishes.