Updated: November 07, 2018
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Best Restaurants in Ueno!

Ueno

The greatest place to have lunch or dinner in Ueno! From Indian cuisine to very traditional Japanese cuisine, these are the best restaurants in Ueno!

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Delhi Ueno (デリー上野店)

Delhi Ueno is a wonderful curry restaurant which made it to the top 5000 restaurants on Tabelog. They specialize in curry and an excellent one at it, so expect to wait in line during peak hours. The curry plate is about ¥1,000 and the curry sets are between ¥1,700-¥2,100. The sets come for example with with curry, salad and soup.

Unatoto (宇奈とと)

Unatoto is a fantastic unagi (eel) restaurant in Ueno. Be prepared to have to wait in line a while though. The eel is spectacular and the portions are generous. The eel bowl has a deep flavour which is very addictive, it has a nice umami and the eel is perfectly grilled, yet tender. The balance is simply impeccable.
Can you imagine an unagi bowl is only 500 yen?? It's a steal!

Uenoseiyoken (上野精養軒)

Caferant Le Landauret is a very cute restaurant that uses its original recipes since 1876. The "hashed rice" dishes are popular and are worth trying! The desserts are extremely cute and tasty too!
The lunch set is ¥2,300, and the beef stew is ¥3,200.

Izuei Honten (伊豆栄 本店)

Izuei is a top-notch Unagi (eel) restaurant in Ueno. The restaurant has over 200 years of history and of experience, so no wonder it's held a special place in Japanese people's hearts for so long. The courses are between ¥8,640 and ¥21,600 (for the special course by appointment only). You can also get an eel bowl for ¥3,240, which comes with soup and pickled vegetables.

Innsyoutei (韻松亭)

Innsyoutei is a wonderful restaurant right at the center of Ueno Park with an authentic and traditional Japanese atmosphere. The food is simply incredible and it is a delightful experience.
You should try the lunch option if you're traveling on a budget, the bento box is ¥1,680.
However, the courses start at ¥12,000.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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