An Ishinomaki Public Cafeteria: “Palace”
The “Palace” is the name of a place in Ishinomaki all the locals have long known. With a name like that, what kind of place could it be?
Hello, this is Director Tōru Ise at ariTV. The other day while covering next-generation energy from Ishinomaki, we stopped by here for a meal.
The name “Palace” belies the reasonable prices at this cafeteria for staples like ramen, rice bowls with toppings, and set meals. With good food at a good price, the people in Ishinomaki have always loved this place.
With the effects of the tsunami in 2011, the eatery closed for more than a year. At last, on October 17, 2012, they finished cleaning and restoration and reopened.
The Palace really has that old diner taste and atmosphere.
A place doesn’t have to look all fancy to let you feel full and happy like a king.
Little by little, the pre-disaster bustle of families, friends, and workers in the neighborhood coming in for lunch is returning.
The menu is just as it was before.
Open 11:00-19:00 (¥50 off before 14:00)