Oshokujidokoro Otebi

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This is a famous restaurant where you can enjoy seafood obtained from local fishermen in the Seto Inland Sea and simple local foods at reasonable prices. Its specialty is “Kozakana Teishoku” (950 yen) in which you can enjoy various small fish (kozakana in Japanese) caught abundantly in the local sea, and it is widely popular from local people to tourists. They have a wide variety of dishes: set menus such as Sashimi Teishoku (1,300 yen), homely side dishes, a la carte, and ramen.

Address
838 Tomo, Tomocho, Fukuyama-shi, Hiroshima
Contact No.
+81-84-982-0808
Access
Take Tomotetsu Bus for Tomokou for 34 minutes from Fukuyama Station on JR Sanyo Shinkansen and walk for 10 minutes from Tomonoura Bus Stop
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:30-21:30 Closed on Monday and the 3rd Sunday
Time Required
30 minutes
Other Information
*Average price (per person): Lunch -1,000 yen, Dinner -1,000 yen*Menu: Kozakana Teishoku 950 yen, Sashimi Teishoku 1,300 yen, Chuka-soba 500 yen

※ 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.

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Simple Local Food Cooked with Local Fish

This restaurant sticks to seafood dishes unique to a port town, and has been loved by many people since it opened in 1989. More than ten kinds of homely dishes used with local small fish on large plates are placed on the counter.

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“Kozakana Teisyoku” in which You Can Enjoy Seafood Unique to the Area

In “Kozakana Teisyoku” (950 yen), you can enjoy seasonal small fishes from the local sea which are fried, marinated, or stewed in salty-sweet soup. Adding to halfbeak, baked shrimp, and octopus, it includes a lot of seasonal small fish. The fish are small, but taste very good. Besides, as it also contains three daily side dishes, you will be highly satisfied with this set.

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”Chuka-soba” after Drinking is the Best

“Chuka-soba” (500 yen) is Chinese noodles based on chicken bone broth having plain taste and loved by enthusiastic fans. Its noodle is thin, and the ingredients are bean sprouts and pork. The soup tastes mild and you will recognize that it is made carefully. This hearty taste is superb.

Source:食べログ

Oshokujidokoro Otebi

This is a famous restaurant where you can enjoy seafood obtained from local fishermen in the Seto Inland Sea and simple local foods at reasonable prices. Its specialty is “Kozakana Teishoku” (950 yen) in which you can enjoy various small fish (kozakana in Japanese) caught abundantly in the local sea, and it is widely popular from local people to tourists. They have a wide variety of dishes: set menus such as Sashimi Teishoku (1,300 yen), homely side dishes, a la carte, and ramen.

※ 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

Simple Local Food Cooked with Local Fish

This restaurant sticks to seafood dishes unique to a port town, and has been loved by many people since it opened in 1989. More than ten kinds of homely dishes used with local small fish on large plates are placed on the counter.

Source:食べログ

“Kozakana Teisyoku” in which You Can Enjoy Seafood Unique to the Area

In “Kozakana Teisyoku” (950 yen), you can enjoy seasonal small fishes from the local sea which are fried, marinated, or stewed in salty-sweet soup. Adding to halfbeak, baked shrimp, and octopus, it includes a lot of seasonal small fish. The fish are small, but taste very good. Besides, as it also contains three daily side dishes, you will be highly satisfied with this set.

Source:食べログ

”Chuka-soba” after Drinking is the Best

“Chuka-soba” (500 yen) is Chinese noodles based on chicken bone broth having plain taste and loved by enthusiastic fans. Its noodle is thin, and the ingredients are bean sprouts and pork. The soup tastes mild and you will recognize that it is made carefully. This hearty taste is superb.

Source:食べログ

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