Food and drink
Take your pick from a wide selection of ramen, udon and soba noodle dishes and soups, teppanyaki, tempura and sweet rice curries. Its 15-page menu may have you crying to the waitresses for help but rest assured that whatever you choose it’s be served with a cold Asahi beer and a side servings of dumplings and salted green edamame beans.
Teppanyaki is Nankusa’s speciality so surely it’d be an insult to try anything else? Unagi kabayaki (teppanyaki eel), Saba shio yake (salted mackerel teppanyaki) and its varieties of salmon are well worth the splurge.
Ideal for families during the day and for a quick snack before a late night out, Nanakusa gets busy creating an infectious and electric downtown Tokyo vibe.
Quick and tidy, the waitresses aren’t paid to entertain you; they’re here to take your order.
On Sauchiehall Street, Nanakusa’s location makes it a perennially popular shopping or night out fuel stop.
Perfectly priced, you could eat here and still have change from a ten pound note.
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- First-time travellers
- Live entertainment
- No fuss