Specializing in meat cooking, Eki Bacon is located right by the entrance of Umesankouji, entering from Osaka Station. Featuring bacon and a variety of juicy sausages -- from coarse-ground, herbal, to spicy -- Eki Bacon is also known for its smoked foods. Also on the menu: Eggs, Edamame (green soybeans), standard selection of cheeses. If you're hankering for variety, order the Assortment. For lunch, order the generously portioned Tonteki Lunch, a thick slice of pork sautéed in Eki Bacon's special sauce.
A branch of Kirin City, the beer restaurant known for its unique beer pouring method. A beer master vetted through an incredibly difficult examination pours the draft keg beer in three intervals. The rising creamy foam helps tamp down acidification, making the beer delicious down to the last drop. Kirin Brau Meister and Ichiban Shibori Stout (Black Draft) are among the many selections from the menu. Great beer calls for great original recipes, such as the house specialty of dried baby anchovies or Shirasu stir fried with super thin-sliced potatoes. Stylish servers add to the excellent atmosphere of this beer heaven.
The thick and savory Tonkotsu-based soup comes in 3 choices: salt, soy and miso. The Japanese Dashi-based Chicken soup comes in 6 choices. Find one that appeals to your taste buds. Other offerings include all you can eat Menma or Kimchi, and a variety of side dishes including Gyoza Dampling, Tenshin Fried Rice and Fried Rice.
Osaka's quintessential cuisine is the Kansai style Okonomiyaki, which is a mixture of flour, cabbage and pork is cooked on an iron griddle like a pancake. Sit at the counter and watch the Okonomiyaki being cooked. Select from 3 types of sauces and dig in while it's still hot. Pair your meals with any of the 8 varieties of locally brewed sake, such as the slightly acidic and dry Akishika. They make an excellent companion to Okonomiyaki. Enjoy Kansai's soul food to your heart's content.
Jim Beam is a popular bourbon brand enjoyed in over 120 countries worldwide. Enjoy one of many Jim Beam drinks and chef recommended entrees at the stylish cafe and dining room inspired by the brand's international appeal. Japanese style Roast beef sandwich of Wasabi and Ponzu, and the trendy citrus beam highball made from freshly squeezed fruit are just a few of the many Jim Beam offerings you will find here.
A direct shop of Asahi Breweries', Japan's premier beer maker. Enjoy a glass of the Super Dry the right way -- poured painstakingly into a thin glass crafted in Germany, out of a custom Belgian-made ball tap producing the creamiest of foams. The restaurant also serves fresh draft beer available in limited venues. The menu includes stone-oven baked pizzas, raw ham, various tapas, fried foods and snacks.
A popular ramen chain with the original restaurant in Dotombori, one of Osaka's foremost shopping districts. The soy-based ramen broth boasts a rich umami of select ingredients, and features a copious serving of Chinese cabbage, grilled pork and a boiled egg. Although generous in size, the ramen has a surprisingly light after-taste. Add a side dish of Gyoza stuffed with vegetables and pork. The store's white interior is bright and clean. Family friendly. High chairs available.
Enjoy one of the finest Japanese culinary experiences and watch the master make your sushi right in front of you. Choose from a variety of offerings made from fresh and local seasonal catch. Kaisen Kaitenzushi Ganko offers high quality tuna and prawns at reasonable prices. The sushi comes drifting by on a conveyor belt-type lane so grab one that catches your eye. You can also place separate orders by touching the item you want on the LCD screen mounted at your table.
Delicious European-inspired dining in a stylish interior at reasonable prices. Start the evening with an order of our popular Plate of 8 Assorted Appetizers and clink glasses with the generous helping of sparkling wine. The bar is known for its extensive selection of drinks and is especially excited to feature Suntory's premium beer, Master's Dream, which is available only at limited locations. Try it and taste the difference.
Specializing in Hakata Ramen, a type of Tonkotsu ramen which is Kyushu's local cuisine, this restaurant puts a lot of time and energy into simmering pig heads, backbone and other parts to concoct a creamy broth that draws out the umami of the ingredients. Add to this three types of Kyushu soy sauce, more than 20 varieties of spices, homemade sauce made from three types of seafood and firm noodles to create one gem of a bowl of Ramen. Highly recommended: Ajitama Charsiu Ramen, featuring slices of roasted pork marinated in our secret sauce.
Bringing the Sendai specialty of Beef Tongue to Osaka, Gyutan Sumiyaki Rikyu grills each slice of beef with painstaking care over charcoal fire. Beef tongue is a tender and juicy cut in spite of its thickness. And just the right amount of salt brings out the ultimate flavor of the cut. Among the most popular items on the menu is the ""Tokurikyu"" Set that combines grilled beef tongue and beef tongue stew. Diners can bring the flavors of the restaurant home with retort-packed meals sold at the store. They also make great gifts.
Operated by Yamaya, a Hakata establishment known for the local specialty, Karashi Mentaiko or spicy cod and pollock roe. Try the popular Motsunabe, a local favorite cooked with the most rare cuts of domestic beef, the giblets. Diners say the firm jelly-like texture of the meat and the umami that spreads throughout the mouth are addictive. We put a lot of work into the creation of the soup, which determines the quality of this dish. Diners can select from 3 soup options, one of which is a light Kyushu soy sauce-based Agodashi Shoyu. During lunch hours, we serve all-you-can-eat Karashi Mentaiko, spicy mustard greens and rice. "