Northamptonshire, though smaller than our other areas, boasts an impressive array of different cuisines, including Japanese. With many of the Japanese restaurants in Northampton being situated in the town centre, or just outside, they provide the perfect place to recharge your batteries before, or after, shopping or to dine at as a pre-cursor to an evening out.
A common misconception of Japanese cuisine is that it mainly consists of raw fish; a food stuff that puts most people off trying this exciting and varied cuisine. In reality, Japanese cuisine offers diners a whole host of different dishes with ingredients including vegetables, pork, beef, chicken, duck and cooked seafood, just to name a few.
Japanese restaurants, like the food itself, offer guests a multitude of different dining experiences. From the popularised sushi conveyor belt to traditional Japanese dining, where guests are invited to sit on a tatami mat on the floor, there are many diverse ways to enjoy Japanese food and immerse yourself in the rich culture.
This page offers you the very best Japanese restaurants in Northampton, researched for you by the team at Go dine, and collected on one, easy to use page. Whether you are looking for the Japanese alternative to fast food; the conveyor belt, or a luxurious fine dining establishment, you can browse photos, menus and diner reviews to help you find the perfect restaurant for your evening out.
Once you’ve decided, you can even book online for free and take advantage of the fabulous online offers that allow you to enjoy your favourite food, at your favourite restaurants, for less!
If you still can’t decide on where to eat, why not look for inspiration on our cuisine pages? Northampton boasts a superb range of restaurants offering everything from Irish to Spanish tapas, so if Japanese doesn’t tickle your fancy, you’re sure to find something that will. You can even search for restaurants by location; our Northamptonshire pages offer you the very best restaurants in Northampton town centre as well as the surrounding areas such as Kettering and Corby.
Did you know? When taking food from a communal dish, you should turn the chopsticks around and take the food using the thicker end as this is more sanitary and considered polite.