Matoba Club Nawanai

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Matoba Club Nawanai is a homely Japanese-style izakaya that serves dishes made of seafood from Seto Inland Sea, directly accessible from Hiroshima. Ten types of dishes, made of seasonable fishes of Hiroshima, such as small sardine and filefish, are served there. In fact, you can also grill them with charcoal fire at your table. It is charming to enjoy great dishes in the nostalgic and friendly restaurant with a counter table and relaxing tatami room. The lunch of the day (800 yen) is one of the popular dish on the menu.

Address
1-8-17 Matobacho, Minami-ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima
Contact No.
+81-82-262-2775
Access
3-min walk from Matobacho station on Hiroden 1 (Ujina line)
Opening Hours / Holidays
[Weekday, Sat, National holidays and before national holidays]Dinner 18:00-0:00 (Last order at 23:30)[Weekday] Lunch 11:30-14:00 (Last order 13:30)Closed on Sunday (It opens on Sunday when Friday is holiday and closed on Monday instead)
Official Website
https://www.facebook.com/%E7%9A%84%E5%A0%B4%E5%80%B6%E6%A5%BD%E9%83%A8-%E3%81%AA%E3%82%8F%E3%81%AA%E3%81%84-201362296576172/
Time Required
60 minutes
Other Information
*Average price (per person): Lunch from 1,000 yen, Dinner 2,000-3,000 yen*Menu: Grilled salted small sardines 550 yen, Lunch of the day 800 yen*Credit cards are accepted

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Seasonable dishes made of fish and vegetables

This restaurant serves excellent dishes made of seasonable ingredients of season. In fact, the hors d'oeuvre, served before dishes, is always made of seasonal ingredients.

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"Grilled salted small sardine" goes perfectly with drinks

Grilled salted "small sardine" (550 yen) is a specialty of Hiroshima, which goes perfectly with alcohols. It is grilled on a small clay stove, called shichirin, in front of you. Grilled small sardines are very fresh, so you can eat them entirely. It is a perfect side dish for Japanese sake.

Source:食べログ

Nostalgic restaurant

You can have a relaxing moment in the homely restaurant made of wood. In this warm restaurant, a variety of Japanese sake, including local sake from Hiroshima, is served. Because it comes in small doses, you can compare different types of sake recommended by the owner.

Source:食べログ

Matoba Club Nawanai

Matoba Club Nawanai is a homely Japanese-style izakaya that serves dishes made of seafood from Seto Inland Sea, directly accessible from Hiroshima. Ten types of dishes, made of seasonable fishes of Hiroshima, such as small sardine and filefish, are served there. In fact, you can also grill them with charcoal fire at your table. It is charming to enjoy great dishes in the nostalgic and friendly restaurant with a counter table and relaxing tatami room. The lunch of the day (800 yen) is one of the popular dish on the menu.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Seasonable dishes made of fish and vegetables

This restaurant serves excellent dishes made of seasonable ingredients of season. In fact, the hors d'oeuvre, served before dishes, is always made of seasonal ingredients.

Source:食べログ

"Grilled salted small sardine" goes perfectly with drinks

Grilled salted "small sardine" (550 yen) is a specialty of Hiroshima, which goes perfectly with alcohols. It is grilled on a small clay stove, called shichirin, in front of you. Grilled small sardines are very fresh, so you can eat them entirely. It is a perfect side dish for Japanese sake.

Source:食べログ

Nostalgic restaurant

You can have a relaxing moment in the homely restaurant made of wood. In this warm restaurant, a variety of Japanese sake, including local sake from Hiroshima, is served. Because it comes in small doses, you can compare different types of sake recommended by the owner.

Source:食べログ

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