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Best Yoshoku Restaurants in Yokohama | Greater Tokyo

1: Yoshoku Kimura(洋食キムラ)

Yoshoku Kimura (洋食キムラ) was established in Yokohama in 1938 by chefs trained at a Western-style restaurant in Ginza. The interior of the restaurant has a relaxed, old-fashioned design and atmosphere. The signature menu includes Hambagu (Japanese-style hamburger steak), crab cream croquettes, beef stew, pork sauté, and other standard Western dishes. The Hambagu is served on a seashell-shaped griddle. The defining characteristic of the restaurant’s Hambagu is its unique softness, which is achieved by adding fresh breadcrumbs and raw onions to the base. The Hambagu is pre-baked and left overnight to allow the spices to soak in. It is  baked again just before serving. The secret sweet demi-glace sauce with umeshu (plum wine) added has an enthralling richness. The result is a unique taste that has been passed down from generation to generation. 

  • Name: Yoshoku Kimura Noge Branch (洋食キムラ 野毛店)
  • Address: 1-3 Nogecho, Yokohama, Naka-ku, Kanagawa
  • Phone: +81-45-231-8706
  • Hours: Monday – Friday 11:30 – 14:00 & 17:00 – 19:30 / Saturday, Sunday and National Holidays 11:30 – 19:30
  • Closed On: Mondays
  • Number of Seats: 80
  • Budget: Lunch: – JPY2,000 / Dinner: – JPY2,000
  • Payment Options: Credit Cards Accepted
  • Official Website (Japanese Only): https://yo-kimura.com

2: Center Grill(センターグリル)

Central Grill (センターグリル) was established in 1946 at the end of World War II when there was a widespread shortage of food in Japan. The intention of the founder was to provide nutritious food to as many people as possible. To that end, a variety of hearty dishes were created. The restaurant’s most ordered dish is their popular and influential version of Spaghetti Napolitan. Ketchup is added to the extra-thick (2.2 mm) noodles then stir-fried thoroughly to bring out the characteristic sweet flavor of the spaghetti. 

Another popular dish is their fluffy Omurice (rice-filled egg omelet). It is made with a generous dose of the restaurants rich and flavorful demi-glace sauce. 

The old-fashioned, stainless-steel plates used to serve the dishes have been in service since the establishment of the restaurant.

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