Promenade to Northshore.
I visited Hawaiian foods restaurant named Aloha Diner Duke’s in Funabashi area at lunchtime after a long absence. I got to there just before last-order time.
Narrow promenade to Aloha Diner Duke’s.
There’s main entrance opposite. But it’s far from the station. It is long way.
Aloha Diner Duke’s have atmosphere of Northshore as usual.
The lunch menu has changed a bit.
One drink used to be included in every lunch set. But now it is excluded. (extra 100 yen for one drink is needed)
At first, I didn’t order drink, but i felt like having coke, so I ordered it. I remember coke needed extra 100 yen last time, too. So, nothing has changed about menus for me :p The glass is tall, but much ice in it. So, there was not much coke itself in it.
I think coke is the best beverage for having hamburger.
I ordered an Avocado cheeese hamburger set (アボカドチーズバーガー, 1000 yen).
The hamburger had putty, cheese, avocado, lettuce, tomato.
Finally, I could eat it. It was sold out last time.
The avocado was thick and creamy. I like avocado cheese hamburger best in all hamburgers.
But truthfully speaking, Their food that I ate last time was better than this time.
About Aloha Diner Duke’s (アロハダイナーデュークス)
Address / 2-10-29 Honcho, Funabashi-shi, Chiba
Station / Keisei Funabashi station (Keisei main line)
Open / from 17:30 to 22:30
Lunchtime from Tuesdays to Fridays – from 11:30 to 14:00
Closed / Mondays, Tuesdays and another national holidays
Website / http://dukes.blog59.fc2.com/(in Japanese only)