Updated： November 07, 2018
Breakfast In Fukuoka, Or How To Perfectly Start The Day!
Here are the best places to have breakfast in Fukuoka and eat a nice breakfast. From pancakes to hotel buffets, without forgetting delicious and healthy Japanese breakfasts, we got you covered!
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Eggs'n Things' signature dish is Hawaiian pancakes with a mountain of whipped cream. Most pancake or waffle dishes are about 1,000 yen. You can also order dishes popular in Hawaii, such as Loco Moco, Acai bowls and poke bowls. Enjoy your tropical breakfast!
bills Japan from Sydney, Australia has turned into quite an institution in Japan, with a few locations across Tokyo alone. bills Fukuoka is a perfect place to grab breakfast lunch or dinner by the river. Their claim to fame is definitely their ricotta hotcakes with honeycomb butter. They're so fluffy and tasty!
Seala is a buffet in Hilton's Fukuoka Sea Hawk Hotel. Breakfast is 2,500 yen for adults and 1,200 yen for children 6 to 12. They have a beautiful all-you-can-eat breakfast, including "omurice", pastries, fresh fruits and vegetables, etc. There's nothing better to start the day than a hearty, delicious breakfast!
If you want a cheap and tasty Japanese breakfast on the go, this is the place to stop in. They sell rice balls with different kinds of rice and different types of filling (tuna, salmon, plums, etc.) You can also have breakfast inside the restaurant and get a nice and filling set with miso and other side dishes. A rice ball is less than 200 yen, and a breakfast set is 600 yen. If you want a healthy and filling, yet cheap breakfast, try this place.
Il Forno del Mignon
il Forno del Mignon is famous for their mini croissants, there is always a line-up as they fell victim to their own popularity. There are 3 flavors: original, chocolate and sweet potatoes.
Ganso Hakata Mentaiju
Ganso Hakata Mentaiju is specialized in "mentaiko" dishes (cod roe). You can have it served in many different ways, their most popular dish being the mentaiko over rice (1,680 yen), you can also it as "tsukemen" (dipping ramen), etc. The mentaiko is prepared with kelp and other ingredients to give it a deep umami.
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