Meieki Tachinomi Bacchus

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Located at around 5 minutes walking from JR Nagoya Station, Meieki Tachinomi Bacchus is a long-standing izakaya (Japanese tavern) established in 1955. This store with a name inspired by the Greek god of wine Bacchus is very proud of its abundant choice in types of sake! There is always a selection of over 30 types of Japanese sake imported from all over the country. There is also a great offer of foods that go very well with Japanese sake! Apart from the typical izakaya items like yakitori (chicken skewers) and sashimi, the store also has numerous Nagoya gourmet dishes like misokatsu (cutlet) and fried tebasaki (chicken wings) and is greatly popular among both locals and tourists.

Address
Century Bldg. B1F, 4-9-8 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi
Contact No.
+81-52-551-0773
Access
5-min walk from JR Nagoya Station exit 7
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:30-23:00 Closed Irregularly
Other Information
*Average budget (per person): Lunch from 1,000 yen, dinner from 3,000 yen*Menu: Jumbo ebi-fry 980 yen, miso katsu 980 yen, Nagoya specialty course 4,500 yen*Credit card accepted

※ 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

Great Selection of Food that Go Well with Drinks!

The restaurant has a constantly changing offer of carefully selected Japanese sake, so guests can try out different brands in each visit. Also, each of the food items goes perfectly with sake! There is a great selection from home-cooked style comfort food to local gourmet dishes.

Source:食べログ

Popular Dishes with Satisfying Volume

The highly popular jumbo ebi-fry (deep-fried shrimp) (980 yen) is a voluminous dish with a set of two deep-fried crunchy shrimp. Since the crust is already flavored you could enjoy it plain as well, but most recommended is to sprinkle some oyster sauce and top it with plenty of the accompanying tartar sauce!

Intense Miso is Perfect with Japanese Sake!

Another popular item on the menu is misokatsu (980 yen), a crispy deep-fried pork with just the right amount of fat and topped with plenty of the secret recipe miso sauce. The miso sauce made with dense hatcho miso, a specialty of Aichi prefecture, pairs great with Japanese sake!

Source:食べログ

Meieki Tachinomi Bacchus

Located at around 5 minutes walking from JR Nagoya Station, Meieki Tachinomi Bacchus is a long-standing izakaya (Japanese tavern) established in 1955. This store with a name inspired by the Greek god of wine Bacchus is very proud of its abundant choice in types of sake! There is always a selection of over 30 types of Japanese sake imported from all over the country. There is also a great offer of foods that go very well with Japanese sake! Apart from the typical izakaya items like yakitori (chicken skewers) and sashimi, the store also has numerous Nagoya gourmet dishes like misokatsu (cutlet) and fried tebasaki (chicken wings) and is greatly popular among both locals and tourists.

※ 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

Great Selection of Food that Go Well with Drinks!

The restaurant has a constantly changing offer of carefully selected Japanese sake, so guests can try out different brands in each visit. Also, each of the food items goes perfectly with sake! There is a great selection from home-cooked style comfort food to local gourmet dishes.

Source:食べログ

Popular Dishes with Satisfying Volume

The highly popular jumbo ebi-fry (deep-fried shrimp) (980 yen) is a voluminous dish with a set of two deep-fried crunchy shrimp. Since the crust is already flavored you could enjoy it plain as well, but most recommended is to sprinkle some oyster sauce and top it with plenty of the accompanying tartar sauce!

Intense Miso is Perfect with Japanese Sake!

Another popular item on the menu is misokatsu (980 yen), a crispy deep-fried pork with just the right amount of fat and topped with plenty of the secret recipe miso sauce. The miso sauce made with dense hatcho miso, a specialty of Aichi prefecture, pairs great with Japanese sake!

Source:食べログ

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