The oldest udon shop in Hakata is still flavorful.
Taste the classic flavor.
Many say that udon noodles were originally created in Fukuoka. Karonouron is the city’s oldest udon restaurant. It was founded in 1882. Try the freshly boiled and seasoned noodles, which feature a satisfying texture.
2-1, Kamikawabata-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City
Fukuoka boasts quality noodles.
This includes Hanakomoshi’s supreme bowl.
Hanamokoshi makes no compromises when preparing their soup, which includes flavorful homemade noodles. The noodles are masterfully combined with a tasty, white soup that’s made from dried sea breams.
2-4-35, Yakuin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
Call it a night with this tasty ramen.
The radish toppings catch you eye.
This popular stop offers pork bone ramen, which is a great way to end the night. You’ll definitely enjoy the radish toppings, which are served with a broth. Large selection of liquors.
1-9-18, Daimyo, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
Enjoy the owner’s international cuisine.
The chef traveled overseas for training.
This international restaurant was opened by a skillful chef. He’s worked at a top VIP restaurant in the past. At Telas & mico, a tasty meal is guaranteed no matter what you order.
2-1-16, Haruyoshi, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
A fish dealer helps make Kemuri a must-try.
You’ll find good prices for excellent, tasty fish.
The restaurant’s owner was originally a fish dealer. After strengthening his knowledge of fish, he opened this shop. Since he’s offering affordable fresh fish directly from the market, it’s always crowded with local customers.
1-18, Gion-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City
The curry looks amazing. You almost feel
bad eating the beautiful presentation.
Former designer Ah-tan creates a photogenic chicken and bean curry. You might even hesitate to eat the stunning dish. You can enjoy any meal with craft beer, which is carefully selected by the owner.
2-14-21, Hirao, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
It takes time and effort to create Kawaya’s
wonderful taste. It’s hard to stop eating.
You have to try this restaurant’s famous chicken skin stick. The chefs add flavor by putting the sticks in fire. They do this seven times over six days. You can easily eat 10 to 20 sticks in a meal.
2-16-10, Kego, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
These baristas are world recognized for
their lattes. Their technique is unmatched.
Store owner Mr. Ando placed second in a latte world art tournament. The artist is known worldwide because of accomplishments like that. In addition to its beautiful appearance, the coffee boasts an excellent taste.
5-6-13, Tenjin, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City
Come visit Fukuoka’s only tsukune restaurant to
find out how good the Japanese meatballs are.
This specialty restaurant offers tsukune, a grilled chicken or fish meatball entrée. The ingredients are carefully chosen by the owner. Your taste buds will definitely enjoy this gourmet journey.
1-14-5, Fujisaki, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka City
Try their unique, beef tripe hot pot.
It will be seared into your memory forever.
Motsukou’s beef tripe hot pot is cooked with chicken broth. It’s also mixed with homemade vinegar soy, which is very popular with locals. The included dumpling skin adds additional unique flavor.
7-14, Tsunaba-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City