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Sendai's Best?

kep Nov 29, 2006 06:28 AM

Anyone have recommendations for Sendai?

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  1. Silverjay RE: kep Nov 30, 2006 07:05 PM

    Sendai is very well known for chilled ramen (hiyashi-chuka ramen) and grilled beef tongue. Chilled ramen is out of season, but you should research a good beef tongue place there. There is also a very good ramen shop that combines the two (regular, not chilled ramen) with "beef tongue ramen". It's called Chibakiya (ちばき屋, Map: http://www.sendaishi-town.com/map/sd0...). I visited the Tokyo branch recently and it was excellent...Will post on my visit this weekend.

    1. kep RE: kep Dec 4, 2006 05:14 AM

      Thanks. I'll look for it.
      My current favorite is Namaskar, an excellent Indian place near the Sendai station. I think it's safe to call it the favorite amongst foreigners in the area, but I'm looking to branch out.

      1. Silverjay RE: kep Dec 4, 2006 01:49 PM

        These were the top rated places in Sendai from ASKU.com...but not much of a sample size and most raters are probably from Tokyo- http://www.asku.com/KK/120R/?area_id=... .....Beef tongue cuisine looks like this in Japanese- 牛たん料理.

        1. kep RE: kep Jan 24, 2007 02:33 PM

          Tried a new (to me) Indian place today called Ganesh. They have a limited lunch menu, so I'd like to go back for dinner some time. The place prides itself on it's authentic Assam tea and lentil "curry". It's really a dal, but that's a less familiar term in Japan. The highlight was a tea jelly served with lemon juice for dessert. I'd go back just for that!!!

          It's on Jozenji-dori up near the Shimin Kaikan.

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