Chrysanthemum House

Overall rating: 3.0 stars 1 Reviews
Serves meat, veg options available. Very little English spoken but if you can manage to relate your vegetarian request, staff will happily oblige. Ask for udon noodle soup with veggies or veggie tempura on top -- say no fish sauce. Address in Japanese: 千葉県成田市仲町385. Price: Moderate more-less
Japanese, Non-veg
286-00272 Shinsando St 385 (near Naritasan-Shinshoji Temple, across from tourist information booth)
Narita, Japan
0476-22-0236
  • Accepts credit cards
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First Review by 95perceent
95perceent
95perceent
5

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  • mostly-vegetarian

Not sure why this is listed.

3 Posted on 08 / 28 / 2013

Whilst the staff are very friendly and speak some English and the food and interior are great, I'm not sure if this is the proper place to list this restaurant. The only two vegetarian options are steamed Edamame beans and vegetable Tempura. Both are considered starters, so you'll have to order rice and soup additionally. For this kind of Japanese restaurant these are regular options, so I'm pretty sure you could walk into any Tempura restaurant and ask for vegetable Tempura with rice and soup. Actually I will try this the next time I'm in Japan - have the tourist information or a Japanese friend write it on a piece of paper and pick a random Tempura restaurant and voila: Have a veggie meal :-)

Rated 3 since it veggie options are very limited. Food quality is great.

Pros: English menu
Cons: Only 2 veg options

 

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Last updated: 2009/09/23

 

Added: 2007/08/01

 

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