Pizza Tabehoudai @ Shakey´s - Vikingess Voyages

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Pizza Tabehoudai @ Shakey´s

On Friday me and some of my friends from iHouse went down to Kawaramachi in the evening to eat pizza at a place called Shakey´s. Here they have a pizza tabehoudai (all-you-can-eat) that we had heard was supposed to be quite good.

At the entrance to Shakey´s

Pizza in Japan is usually quite expensive, so if you really want some pizza Shakey´s is a great option.

The price was actually only 892 yen, which is quite good considering that you can eat as much as you want. We did actually stay there for a couple of hours just eating.. Haha..
Shakey´s also has a lunch tabehoudai as well, which lasts to 5 o´clock and costs 600 yen.

Dessert pizza with strawberry..!
In Japan they tend to take popular western food and turn it into something unique that you certainly won´t find in the original country. This is a great example on that; a dessert pizza. Though it looks like a normal pizza it has cream instead of cheese, and the topping consists of strawberry, chocolate and confectioner´s sugar.
Though it seems a bit repelling with sweet pizza for dessert, it was actually really good, absolutely worth trying out.

Part of the pizza selection. When the plates were empty they filled up with new types, so there was always something interesting to choose from.

In addition to pizza they also has got other stuff like pasta, fried potatoes and salad. Not to mention that if you pay about 500 yen extra you get a nomihoudai (all-you-can-drink) as well!
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