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Sep. 15, 2020 UPDATE
Nishitomiya - 西冨家 -
Traveler Friendly
Order is placed at the counter for takeout while the menu in English is on the wall.
Information
Menu on wall written in English
Languages spoken
No
535 10 5.0 1 reviews
Sep. 15, 2020 UPDATE

Nishitomiya

- 西冨家 -
Traveler Friendly
Order is placed at the counter for takeout while the menu in English is on the wall.
Information
Menu on wall written in English
Languages spoken
No
535 10 5.0 1 reviews
Story & Recommendation
Bacon, Blue Cheese, Dry Fruits, or Pickles…combined for unique freshly fried croquets!
Opened in 2012, Nishitomiya specializes in croquets showcasing various croquets displayed in front of the restaurant. You will be amazed at the choices of croquets they offer. There are croquets with ingredients that match so perfectly but are rarely made elsewhere such as dry fruits and walnuts croquets. The ambience inside is like a western café or a bar unlike a traditional croquet shop. You can also see the whole action of croquet making process occurring behind the counters.
1Recommend!
Bacon & Mustard
Bacon & Mustard / ¥210
What an incredible match! Not only bacon goes well with croquets, but mustard gives it the final kick that tops everything off. These croquets are a no-doubter if you love bacon. Absolutely no sauce is needed in these croquets because they are well seasoned.
2Recommend!
Blue Cheese
Blue Cheese / ¥220
Simply delicious, blue cheese is melted inside barrel shaped croquets. Breaded with Panco (Japanese bread crumbs), the croquets are so crispy and delightful that eating just one is not enough at all.
3Check it out!
The Interior
The Interior
While you wait for your take out croquets, check out the decorations on the wall and the use of unique barrel tables for eat-in customers. On the lunch menu is a set of salad & croquets served from 12pm to 3pm.
How to buy

how to buy - NishitomiyaCheck out the menu board on the wall written in English. For takeout, place your order at the counter, and they will prepare them for you. The croquets are packaged very nicely with open bag to refrain from being soggy from steam. Well thought out to best savor the crispiness of croquets even for take outs.

- Shopping Tips -
Order several croquets to go! Say "omochikaeri onegaishimasu," meaning, "take-out please".
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