Heichinro is one of the oldest, most well known Cantonese restaurants in Chinatown. And with seven floors to choose from, it is also one of the largest. It is known as the granddaddy of Chinatown, and its popularity makes reservations a must. The first floor is famous for its immense variety of dim sum. As with all Chinatown's best dining spots, Heichinro's prices reflect the superb quality of both its food and its service. It has a great lunch menu, which is priced a bit more economically. Heichinro is situated about a block away from the Holiday Inn Yokohama, and is about a leisurely ten-minute walk from Ishikawacho Station.
A must for beer lovers, Bashamichi Taproom is one of several outlets for Baird Beer, a small brewery dedicated to making flavorsome beers using traditional malted barley, whole flower hops and soft Numazu water. The three-story Taproom has a long bar on the ground floor, a large room with bar and table seating on the second floor and a rooftop beer garden. The range of beers on tap include brown ale, pale ale, IPAs, a lager, a stout, and amber ale, as well as seasonal choices and a guest ale. The food menu offers authentic American style BBQ with beef, pork and chicken. There is also pizza, salad, macaroni cheese and Texas chili. A big-screen TV and regular music events help to create an inviting atmosphere. -AH
Like its sister pubs in Tokyo, The Tavern pub serves good, traditional pub food and a variety of English and Irish draft or bottled ales and beers to help it down. It has a cozy, British atmosphere, even when it is crowded. There is an extensive menu of British delights to choose from. Fish & chips, probably the best in town. Add a portion of mushy peas to it. Then choose the Shepherd's pie or the Cornish pasty if you prefer.The traditional Roast Beef and Yorkshire pudding is another dish that you could order. Beers from England, Ireland and Even Australia you could find here. If you are interested in sports you could watch them at the bar while you relax with your drink.
Located in the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, the landmark on the Yokohama waterfront was originally built in 1911, and today it provides you fine live jazz music with French cuisine. You can enjoy all types of jazz from local artists or world-class big names at one of the most romantic places in Yokohama. Tickets are available on the Internet.
Downbeat has been serving drinks to jazz lovers for more than 40 years, and it is still as popular as ever. The owner's record collection, which totals over 3,000 LPs, provides most of the music, but once a month there is a live session. The lounge-style seats and low tables provide a very relaxed atmosphere to enjoy your drinks--and the music. Make sure you eat before you drop into Downbeat; the place serves only very light snacks, such as mixed nuts and cheese. There is, however, a very comprehensive drink menu. Bourbon is the most popular drink here and this is closely followed by gin and lime, an unusual choice, but a favorite among the regular clients.
"Yakatabune" is a Japanese traditional boat. From on board, you can admire a view of the beautiful landscape of Tokyo. Booking is necessary before you join this cruise, so please make sure to check the cruise schedule. The cost varies depending on specific routes and choice of food options. All in all, a cruise on this boat is perfect for a special date. If you wish to learn more, please contact Harumiya.
Sisiliya is a restaurant in Yokohama that serves authentic Italian Pizza. The restaurant serves some of the best brick oven fried pizzas and other Italian delicacies as well. It has great service and an amazing ambiance and the place is ideal to go with friends, families and colleagues. Reservations are a must, as this place gets packed after sunset.
When it comes to guilty pleasures, fried food is probably a cultural universal. In Japan like many things, it is also an art and Katsuretsuan is a great place to sample it. This no frills restaurant serves katsudon, and other fried delights, such as chicken and shrimp. The menu may not be expansive, but it is satisfying. Katsuretsuan offers delicious tonkatsu (battered pork cutlets) which are crispy on the outside and soft and savory on the inside. Other fried dishes include chicken, shrimp, and other types of meat and vegetables. Their katsu sandwiches are available for take out and great for picnics.
Charcoal Grill Green is a restaurant that serves Japanese American food. The restaurant is quite huge and spacious and has a variety of dishes. The Philly Steak Pizzas is a recommendation by every visitor. Charcoal Grill Green offers food and alcohol; the wines here are few of the finest. Good hospitality by the staff and great service. One visit is definitely going to bring one back to this place.
Manchinro is a long-established purveyor of traditional Cantonese cuisine. Located in the heart of Chinatown, and a leisurely ten-minute walk from Ishikawa-cho Station, Manchinro is one of the oldest and most popular Cantonese restaurants in Yokohama. The interior can best be described as traditional Chinese decor. There are large round tables for communal dining. Painted silk screens divide the room. The sweet and sour dishes are legendary, as are the seafood entrees. As with all of Chinatown's best dining spots, Manchinro's prices reflect the superb quality of both its food and service. The lunch menu is a bit more mercifully priced and boasts an incredible selection of dim sum. Also on hand is a large selection of Chinese beers, as well as Japanese beers.