Inoue   いのうえ

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Inoue restaurant dish

Omurice of the Inoue restaurant.

Home cooking for big appetites

Far from gourmet restaurants listed in specialized guides, Inoue offers homing cooking and decent food, fulfilling the main goal of all food: to satiate appetites.

Its star dish, Omurice, an omelette made ​​of fried rice and covered with ketchup, may dismay the more discerning palate, but can still be enjoy without flinching.  Here you can discover the Japanese taste for the most unlikely combinations. For those who have a small appetite, more classic dishes such as grilled meats are available.

Ideally located next door to a karaoke hall, after your meal it is easy to go and sing off a few calories.

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