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Thursday, July 14, 2011

Garden Dining WARAKU (ガーデンダイニング環樂)| Japanese restaurant | Sapporo Grand Hotel

If you like to eat Japanese food while appreciating a beautiful Japanese garden in the Sapporo downtown, I recommend "Garden Dining WARAKU" on the 4th floor in Sapporo Grand Hotel, between JR Sapporo station and Odori Park.

Let's enter the restaurant!

I reserved a window table so that we can enjoy the Japanese garden!

Look at the dry landscape garden! It's so beautiful!

Let's start the sparkling water! The tongs are made of bamboo. So fashionable, don't they?

I ordered this udon set.

This is Inaniwa udon, one of the three famous udon in Japan. The noodles have a typical chewing texture derived from the combination of toughness and elasticity!

I love tempura! The ingredients; prawns, eggplant, and shiitake mushroom are of course delicious, and I love the crispy deep fry batter!

This is today's spacial including sashimi (tuna and yellow tail), grilled cero, fish paste with sea urchin, salted shrimps, fried egg, cooked vegetables, and so on. We can enjoy some in-season ingredients here!

The restaurant is a little bit expensive, but the garden is so recommendable!

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The restaurant is on the 4th floor in the hotel.

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Oyome-san said...

I went here with Okaasan for lunch a few months ago - very nice....if you go in late June you can see the family of ducks on the pond in the garden. The waiter told me they are there until September...

K.K. said...

I saw ducks on the pond, too! They were so cute!!
The garden is so beautiful that I sometimes use it for lunch with my important guests♪

Anonymous said...

This stone garden it's a beautiful zen aera for lunch.
But I see the french touch ....Perrier bottle !! ;-)

K.K. said...

>Yes! V...E....Special!
You're right!
The dry landscape garden is very Japanese while the sparkling water is very French!
We enjoyed the both of them♪

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