Tachigui Noodle Shop: Yoshinoya

Source:新・bo-taka日記Ⅱ

At just a 3 minutes' walk from the Shinsakae-machi Station is the standing counter noodle shop, Tachigui-men-dokoro Yoshinoya. Even though it’s located off the main street in a small nondescript alley, this restaurant boasts great popularity. Yoshinoya's reputation is built upon the massive volume of the dishes made by the head chef who loves offering big servings for reasonable prices. This restaurant has a wide variety of delicious dishes including soft and springy udon (thick Japanese wheat noodles), kishimen (noodles in flat strips) and soba (buckwheat noodles), as well as various kinds of rice bowls. The name of the restaurant is “Tachigui Men-dokoro” (“tachigui” refers to eating at a counter while standing) but you can rest assured knowing that there are also tables available where you can sit if you like!

Address
Shain Bldg. 1F, 1-6-3 Shinsakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi
Contact No.
+81-52-241-0358
Access
3-minute walk from exit no. 1 of the Shinsakae-machi Station on the Higashiyama Line of the municipal subway.
Opening Hours / Holidays
[Tuesday - Friday]11:00 – 15:00, 18:00 – 20:00[Monday and Saturday]11:00 – 14:00 Closed on Sundays and national holidays
Other Information
*Average Budget (1 person): Afternoon - 999 yen, evening 1,000 yen -Menu: Miso nikomi udon 720 yen, curry nikomi udon 770 yen, white miso nikomi udon 770 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.

Source:食べログ

Head chef’s specialty large servings

The dishes offered as "futsu" (normal size) by the head chef who loves big servings are actually twice the size you'd normally expect. You can also choose between the "chu-mori" (middle size) and the "o-mori" (large size); if you can’t finish the "chu-mori," you'll be charged double the price of the meal, and if you can't finish the "o-mori", you'll be charged 4 times the original price, so we recommend trying the "futsu" (normal size) the first time you go.

Source:食べログ

Popular specialty winter menu

Our No. 1 recommended dish is Nagoya’s own local specialty of miso nikomi udon (720 yen) available on the special winter menu. The signature broth which is made from Hatcho miso and the juices of seafood products like katsuo (bonito) looks super rich but actually has a very mellow taste.

Source:食べログ

Recommendation from the special summer menu

The miso nikomi udon in winter is fabulous, but on the special summer menu, you can find the hiya-koro curry udon (720 yen), another great recommendation. This is one miraculous dish that is sure to stir your appetite on hot summer days with its cold slippery noodles and spicy chilled curry sauce!

Source:食べログ

Tachigui Noodle Shop: Yoshinoya

At just a 3 minutes' walk from the Shinsakae-machi Station is the standing counter noodle shop, Tachigui-men-dokoro Yoshinoya. Even though it’s located off the main street in a small nondescript alley, this restaurant boasts great popularity. Yoshinoya's reputation is built upon the massive volume of the dishes made by the head chef who loves offering big servings for reasonable prices. This restaurant has a wide variety of delicious dishes including soft and springy udon (thick Japanese wheat noodles), kishimen (noodles in flat strips) and soba (buckwheat noodles), as well as various kinds of rice bowls. The name of the restaurant is “Tachigui Men-dokoro” (“tachigui” refers to eating at a counter while standing) but you can rest assured knowing that there are also tables available where you can sit if you like!

※ 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

Head chef’s specialty large servings

The dishes offered as "futsu" (normal size) by the head chef who loves big servings are actually twice the size you'd normally expect. You can also choose between the "chu-mori" (middle size) and the "o-mori" (large size); if you can’t finish the "chu-mori," you'll be charged double the price of the meal, and if you can't finish the "o-mori", you'll be charged 4 times the original price, so we recommend trying the "futsu" (normal size) the first time you go.

Source:食べログ

Popular specialty winter menu

Our No. 1 recommended dish is Nagoya’s own local specialty of miso nikomi udon (720 yen) available on the special winter menu. The signature broth which is made from Hatcho miso and the juices of seafood products like katsuo (bonito) looks super rich but actually has a very mellow taste.

Source:食べログ

Recommendation from the special summer menu

The miso nikomi udon in winter is fabulous, but on the special summer menu, you can find the hiya-koro curry udon (720 yen), another great recommendation. This is one miraculous dish that is sure to stir your appetite on hot summer days with its cold slippery noodles and spicy chilled curry sauce!

Source:食べログ

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