Red miso katsudon is one of Nagoya's soul foods. You can find the dish served at countless restaurants throughout the city, and there are even a couple chain restaurants that specialize in it. However, the original, and perhaps best miso katsudon can be found at a small, local restaurant that has been open since 1949. Don't miss this delicious miso katsudon when you're in Nagoya!
This article is about a restaurant you've definitely never heard of in north Nagoya called 'Donburi Pot.' It's a tiny shop run by a husband and wife that mostly serves customers taking a break from the large pachinko parlor across the street. The absolute must-try item here is the butadon (pork bowl), which I will introduce in this article.
Miyamoto Munashi is a go-to spot for delicious Japanese comfort food served in large portions at a cheap price! There are 10 locations around Nagoya, each right outside of a train station, making them super easy to access.