A must in this Chinese restaurant is the jiaozi (gyoza) stuffed with minced pork, vegetable and tofu (bean curd), but no garlic. The taste is simple but attractive. Three assortments of stir fried seafood, meatballs and bean-starch vermicelli cooked with pork soup are recommended among others. The unvarying taste and strictly selected ingredients of this restaurant attract the local population of Kobe. The restaurant remains opens until the early hours of the morning.
December 31, January 1,2days off in each month
Kobe Chuo-ku Nakayamate-dori 1-8-1