With a relaxed atmosphere, Fukuoka is symbolized by its signature "yatai" outdoor food stalls scattered around the city. Usually seating up to around 10 people, it's an intimate and exciting experience when you eat local Japanese food at one of these specialty Fukuoka restaurants! You can leisurely eat and drink outside, soaking up the welcoming atmosphere as you eat simple but tasty local food, freshly prepared by your stall’s cook, often running a one-man-show. The best stalls of all are found on Nakasu Island, lined up along the city’s neonlit riverside, serving yakitori and drinks until the early morning.
Fukuoka is a lesser-traveled area of Japan, but it is still a popular area for outstanding weather, relaxed atmosphere, and beautiful natural scenery around the northern coastline. Not to forget all the amazing local food in Fukuoka there is to try! A local dining experience in Fukuoka is the perfect chance to try some local spicy pollock roe, known as "karashi mentaiko," or the local specialty of mackerel. If you are visiting in winter, head to a restaurant in Fukuoka to dig into a heart-warming hotpot of motsunabe!
Open-air food stands and unique dining experiences await in Fukuoka, along with so many local foods to try. Discover the best of local ramen, udon, or seafood from this friendly coastal city by booking ahead. Reserving your seat at a Fukuoka restaurant will guarantee an unforgettable meal, such as local Hakata ramen (a local style of tonkotsu ramen -- note the thin noodles in the hearty broth). Don’t miss out and reserve now with byFood to experience unforgettable regional food in Fukuoka.