Talk about a cool experience that if you have kids, or like something new and different to enjoy, a place with history
and fun, this is a place to be.
This restaurant has this nostalgic feel to it, all the decorations has been collected over the years, and what also unique about this place is the owner was once a train conductor in his early years, now a retired train conductor, has his own restaurant.
With a train like feel, Include the seating: he hole punches the ticket and gives you the seat number.
You can put in your order on this vending machine and it will print out a receipt and number for your order, as well as give you back the change of cash you put in.
It pretty awesome to see when your food get's delivered to you by a electronic toy train, fast, and efficient service.
And the train makes sounds.
The workers that work there are in costume, from the host with his cap, and uniform, to the female servers with their uniform outfits
that train station servers would wear on a train in the past.
They have a selection of curry dishes with rice, and many other dishes.
This is a place is perfect for everyone of all ages, families, kids, grandparents, relatives, boyfriend/girlfriend, and even single people.
Perfect place to take photos for memorable vacation pictures that is rarely seen.
It is rather interesting to come across restaurants such as this.
It has a unique historic value, and the fact that it has been around for a very long time.
Worth coming to see and bringing all those you know to share wonderful new memories here.
Something that you don't see just anywhere.
Have a Japan adventure in dining experience, and step back into the past with the décor, and uniformed fashion of the past
in a train restaurant.
Make it memorable, and fun with colleagues, or employees, or a foreign traveller interested in the unique dining restaurant treasures and experiences that Japan has to offer.
Niagara Curry Restaurant address:
Address: 153-0052, Japan
Tokyo Meguro Ku, Yutenji 1-21-2 TEL:03-3713-2602
* Cancellations days: every Monday and Thursday
(Holidays, driving on the next day)
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