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chitose Katsugyoryori Taimeshi Chitose
Katsugyoryori Taimeshi Chitose is a fresh fish dish restaurant located in Tomonoura, Fukuyama, Hiroshima. As this restaurant has a view of the surrounding islands, you can enjoy the dishes watching the beautiful view of Tomonoura. One of the charms of this restaurant is serving Tomonoura’s proud sea bream dishes in a casual way. The popular dishes are “Tai-meshi” which is rice cooked in broth of sea bream, “Tai-somen” which includes a whole sea bream’s head, etc. There are also other local dishes and set menus which consist of seafood from the Seto Inland Sea. This restaurant is so popular that it is full at lunch time even on weekdays.
- 552-7 Tomo, Tomocho, Fukuyama-shi, Hiroshima
- Contact No.
- 1-min walk from Exit of Tomonourakou, or 4-min walk from Exit of Tomokou
- Opening Hours / Holidays
- 11:30-15:00 （Last order 14:30）,18:00-21:00 （Last order 20:30） Closed on Tuesday （If Tuesday is a national holiday, closed on the following Thursday）
- Time Required
- 30 minutes
- Other Information
- *Average price （per person）: Lunch 2,000-3000 yen, Dinner 4,000-5,000 yen*Menu: Tai-zukushi Kaiseki 2,000 yen, Tai-meshi （Regular size） 1,000 yen （Small size） 500 yen, Tai-somen 1,200 yen
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Tomonoura’s Local Dish in a Casual Way
At Chitose, you can enjoy Tomonoura’s traditional sea bream dishes for lunch in a casual way. They serve various dishes of sea bream. Especially “Tai-somen” （1,260 yen with tax） is the restaurant’s specialty made with a whole sea ream’s head having sweet and fatty fresh and elegant flavored broth.
Sea Bream All-Star Dish “Tai-Zukushi Kaiseki”
“Tai-zukushi Kaiseki” （2,000 yen） consists of all major sea bream’s dishes such as sashimi, boiled dish, tempura, “Tai-meshi” which is sea bream cooked with rice in broth, marinade, and soup. You can enjoy the differences of the deliciousness of sea bream depending on types of cooking.
“Tai-Meshi” Cooked with Broth of Sea Bream by Time and Labor
“Tai-meshi” （regular size: 1,000 yen, small size: 500 yen） is a standard sea bream dish. Rice and sea bream’s fillets are cooked fluffy with elegant flavored broth made from sea bream’s head. The savory taste and the good smell of sea bream that has soaked into rice are fascinating. You can order takeout.