Saizencyuka anzu

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1-11-28, Marunouchi, Tanakayabiru 101, Nagoya, Japan, 460-0002

Serves meat, vegan options available. Billed as a health food restaurant, whose owner also teaches cooking classes. Has vegan noodles at lunchtime and a wider evening menu. Ask for suggestions. Directions: from exit 7 at Marunouchi station, take the first street on the right towards the river. Restaurant is adjacent to a gas station. Note: In Japan kitchens often stop serving 30-60 minutes before closing time. Call ahead to confirm. Open Tue-Wed 11:30am-1:30pm, Tue 5:30pm-10:30pm, Wed-Fri 11:30am-10:30pm, Thu-Sun 5:30pm-10:30pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Japanese, Non-veg

10 Reviews

First Review by SamanthaIngridHo

Amazing Everything! - Edit

Me and my girlfriend came here on our first night in Nagoya and were amazed at the kindness of the staff (consisting of only husband and wife) and the amazing food. We loved it so much we went back a second night also considering we were only there for 2 nights! If I could give this place 5 starts I would! It is clear that the chef adores cooking and holds the customers feedback with very high regard which is so rewarding from a customers perspective. Highly recommend! Best food and service we have had the whole time we have been in japan!
If we could we would probably just go back to Nagoya simply for this restaurant!

Pros: everything!

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Vegan ramen in Nagoya! YEAH! - Edit

I live here for a while and this restaurant is the first one which has vegan ramen.
Also they have fried soy meat, mabo tofu, fried vegetables, etc.. all Chinese dish and vegan.
They have English menu and what is vegan has a green 'V' :)
Good price, friendly staffs and near from Nagoya station.
Enjoy!

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Worthy of 5 Stars - Edit

Plenty of vegan options here, which are clearly marked on the menu. Seems a fusion of hearty Chinese and Japanese cuisine. We had mabo tofu and vegan ramen. Both were the best vegan renditions of either dish I've had (and I had a lot of vegan ramen in Japan!). The waitress and chef were both super friendly and the chef even asked to take a photo with us. A gem in Nagoya.

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5 stars - Edit

Damn delicious food and good range of vegan options. The clay pot tofu was a standout. Very impressed!!

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Awesome!! - Edit

I'd give this place 5 stars if it was possible. Delicious food, amazing service, really good wine, healthy ingredients, good music... I had a great time, didn't want to leave! We tried as many things from the vegan choices as we could but I'd have to come a couple more times to try everything. Big recommendation, don't miss this place!

Pros: Many delicious vegan options, Big portions, Great service (speaks only Japanese), Location, Music, Atmosphere

Cons: Not many alcoholic drink options

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Worth 6 stars - Edit

Incredible vegan ramen with a vegan egg! Similar to T's Tan Tan but I think it was even better. The owners are lovely and one of them is vegan. We chatted to them for a while and had a great time. We got given some complimentary moon cakes before leaving. I wish I was in Nagoya longer so we could go back!!

Pros: Friendly engaging staff Incredible food Reasonable

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Just fantastic - Edit

Would do 5 stars, but the max for nonveg is 4.

This place has more choices for vegans than some of the exclusively veg places in town. We had pickles, tofu salad with amazing sesame dressing, greens stir fried with yuba in a yummy sauce, and tantan ramen. There were 4 or 5 other things we could have ordered as main. We also got very nice cakes at the end. The quality of ingredients was really great.

Owners are very nice-- they chatted for a while and gave us good suggestions of vegan spots in other cities in Japan. When in Nagoya in the future, this is the first place we would go.

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Best Vegan food I had in Japan - Edit

We ended up going here twice in our two nights in Nagoya as it was so good. We tried a big portion of the menu and everything we had was perfection. The vegan ramen which I believe is a lunch time special was by far the best. The owner is so friendly and made us feel very welcome. We will definitely be back next time we're in Japan. Would give it ten stars if I could.

Pros: Amazing food, Friendly staff

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Delicious food, kind owner. - Edit

My omni spouse and I are in Nagoya for a few days and needed some place to eat, so we ended up going here. I'm really glad we did. Their english menu wasn't huge, but the ramen I got was excellent. After we finished eating, the owner came to ask us where we were from and what we thought about the food. We ended up talking about how we enjoy the Kanto's seasons because they're so like that of our native Georgia (the US state). He talked about how he felt Japanese food is well suited to vegetarian cooking and explained how he made the vegan egg for the ramen from potato and kabocha. Out here in Japan, I'll eat eggs if they're given to me, because I don't want to be wasteful, but this was an 'egg' I didn't have to choke down. Super-positive experience to go with the yummy food.

Updated from previous review on 2017-04-08

Pros: Great food, Friendly staff

Cons: Slightly tricky to find (no english signage)

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Feeling warm and loved in this restaurant - Edit

In my 5 days of trip in Nagoya, I came to this place twice. Not only because it's close to my hotel, but also the foods are delicious and the owner is very nice. The owner had been to China and Hong Kong (and I am from Hong Kong), so he speaks some Chinese. With some Chinese and body languages, we could communicate very well. It's lovely that they do have a vegan English menu. The environment is very cozy and feeling like home.

I had vegan ramen twice. It tastes really good. It's like Chinese sichuan spicy noodles. For the second time I came, he even put a vegan egg on it. It's made with potato and pumpkin. The texture and taste like a real boiled egg. I also had sweet and sour soy meat during my second visit. It's really good. The Chinese Po Lei tea is also nice. I highly recommend this place.

Pros: English Menu, Friendly owner, Delicious food

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