Kansai Food Page
Nadaban Dining Kobe
City/
Motomachi:
International
₯078-332-8086
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Chef Yamashita is
the head of the
local Kansai slow-
food organization,
and he takes his
cooking seriously.
It's international-
style fusion with a
lot of creative
recipes - dishes
like grilled Austra-
lian scampi with
spicy yuzu-garlic
sauce; Tasmanian
salmon confit with
salmon roe; and
grilled Kagoshima
chicken with Calva-
dos.

The menu also offers
a big charcoal-grill
section, sashimi,
pastas, great salads
and interesting rice
dishes. Drinks here
include budget-
priced Australian
wines and several
mineral waters. The
small sake list is
well-chosen, and
four out of the five
selections are local
Kobe brews.

The dining room is
small but stylish
(with seating for
around 30); big
wrap-around windows
look out over the
south side of Kobe
and Motomachi sta-
tion directly below.
Service is friendly
and the atmosphere
is casual and laid-
back. Dinner runs
around Y3000 without
drinks, and the
full-course lunches
(from Y1900) are
very impressive.
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Kita-Nagasa-dori
3-3-5, 8F. [on Koi-
kawasuji, diagonally
across from Motoma-
chi station]
 Open 5-11:30pm;
weekends noon-2:30pm
lunch. Open every
day.
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