Lovely udon to enjoy around the bar with a glass of sake while watching the chef doing all the work.
Not haut cuisine (though listed by Michelin) but great for an informal lunch after pounding round the temples and shrines of Kamakura. You get your own kit to customise the noodles (hot or cold) eg spring onions, hot pepper, ginger and mix it to suit...More
This is a small restaurant (maximum capacity less than 20) seated at bar stools facing the open kitchen. It is just off the main pedestrian way from Kamakura Station to the Hachimangu Shrine along with a few other restaurants and cafes. We went with some...More
We were looking for Japanese food but not too touristy. Were seated at the bar with3 kids. Staff very helpful, limited to no English but they have a translated menu (I speak basic Japanese). They have origami for the kids, candy when they leave and...More