Japanese restaurant in Edinburgh’s New Town
Hakataya is a hip sushi and noodle joint in Edinburgh’s New Town. Geometric shelving, bronze light fittings and wooden tables and flooring create a stylish space to dine in. The restaurant’s menu is made up of traditional Japanese dishes and drinks.
Ramen, donburi and more Japanese dishes
The menu at Hakataya is divided into ramen, donburi, noodles, teriyaki, sushi, tempura and starters.
The restaurant is well known for its ramen which is created using their own home made noodles, and served with varying levels of richness and spice depending on preference.
The donburi, noodles, sushi and tempura all have several filling options, including pork, vegetable and seafood.
The focus on authenticity is extended to the drinks menu, which boasts a huge range of Japanese beer, sake and whisky.
Edinburgh New Town transport links and sights
Hakataya is in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town, less than a 15 minute walk from Waverley Station. It is adjacent to both George Street and Princes Street, where multiple bus routes pass. Many of Edinburgh’s most famous sights, like Edinburgh Castle and the National Gallery of Scotland, are walking distance away.