All You Can Eat Courses and Mini Super Market at the Japanese Restaurant MATSURI, Osaka!
Written by: Zhafira Aqyla
Your all-time favorite Muslim-friendly Japanese Restaurant MATSURI in Osaka has finally re-opened after temporarily closing the restaurant down to contribute to preventing the spread of the coronavirus.
Before its temporary break, MATSURI did a 2-weeks trial run offering an All You Can Eat menu, and it received an amazing response from customers. Due to this, MATSURI has decided to bring back their All You Can Eat menu with no time limit this time around!
All You Can Eat: 60 Minutes Course
The All You Can Eat menu offers two courses; the 60 and 90 minutes course.
For the 60 minutes course, you are able to enjoy a total of 13 menus for 1,500 yen, ranging from appetizers like gyoza and takoyaki to traditional Japanese dishes like sushi, ramen, and halal Japanese curry. As for drinks, you will be able to order Japanese green tea on top of the water, in which both will be free flow.
All You Can Eat: 90 Minutes Course
If you have more time on your hands, you can choose the 90 minutes course for 2,000 yen. You will have more variety should you choose to take this course, as you can see from the following menu below.
Aside from the delicious appetizers and main dishes, you will also be able to order the infamous daifuku (mochi cake in matcha, strawberry, and mango flavors) and taiyaki for dessert, and you can treat yourself any drink from the drink bar.
All You Can Eat: All the Rules
There are, however, a couple of rules Matsuri is asking for the customers to follow.
Firstly, the clock starts ticking when the dish starts coming to your table. Secondly, takeouts are not available for the All You Can Eat menus. Thirdly, MATSURI will charge you an extra 500 yen for every leftover meal and every additional 30 minutes. Finally, the last orders will be 15 minutes before your time is up.
If you bring your family, you may note that they will be charged differently. Middle school children and above will be charged the normal price, those in elementary are charged 500 yen, pre-school children are free of charge.
MATSURI Now Sells Halal Japanese Cooking Ingredients!
Additionally, MATSURI is back with more and more exciting souvenirs offered not only to their tourist customers but also to Japanese Muslim residents around Osaka.