Alt & Kolsh. Best imitation of these classic German styles I have met in Japan. The place is very nice & comfy. When entering building from the street it’s better to use left entrance, otherwise you can have trouble finding this place.
Old brewpub restaurant located below a kabuki theater (expect a matching crowd). 3 beers on tap, basically mediocre copies of boring German styles. Food is decent, specially for lunch set deals. Probably the lamest beers I tasted in Osaka, so clearly won’t be back....
A great looking little place, the staff were friendly and outgoing and the beer while nothing to write home about was alright. Plus it’s cool drinking it with the a/c, peaceful Japanese music, quiet of the empty restaurant while enjoying the view of the big copper tanks. Worth popping in while shopping or sightseeing around Namba for lunch. I got the 880 yen tofu burger lunch other meals were from 680-2000 yen and pricier for dinner. In the afternoon on a day without a show upstairs it was a quiet peaceful place. It is smoking but luckily when I went the other 2 customers weren’t smoking so no problem. I liked this place quite a bit and if they had a third tap with one of their seasonals I would probably come by pretty regularly. It would also make a good place for a date or group part, the place is a maze of small rooms in the back for groups on top of the fairly large front dining room plus a long counter-top bar, seating for at least 100 people?
laiti (17) Tampere, Finland | October 1, 2011| Updated January 24, 2013
Visited on 12.09.2011
Traditional Japanese food with Osaka’s speciality: pressed sushi. Like mentioned below, the two beers (alt & kölsch) are ok but nothing really special here. To find this, just seek for the Kabuki theatre.
A Japanese style restaurant and brewpub under the Shochiku Kabuki theatre in Osaka. Their two beers are ok but served far too cold and a bit pricey. Not really worth making a special trip to, but if you happen to be watching Kabuki upstairs, would be worth a stop for refreshment.