I am from Portland Oregon, the land of food truck villages, and I could not have been more excited when I saw Delta East. The atmosphere is very relaxed and the food was great. My husband and I chose Delta East for a date night as it is very close to the base and we didn’t want to be out too late. We parked at the bank near the Fussa gate on base and walked about half a mile to the area also called The Little Hotel.
There are currently five carts with hopes for more in the future. The Must Chicken, Delta Brewing Company, Dosukoi Pizza, Sunrise Coffee Forest, and Buy Buy Banh Mi fill the spots now. There is plenty of outdoor seating and a small skate bowl in the center of the carts. We had the chicken, a couple mixed drinks from The Must Chicken and a beer from Delta Brewing Company. It was all very good and reasonably priced. Delta East is a great date spot and family-friendly as well. I look forward to returning with my girls to try the coffee in the near future. ~Deena Brunson, November 2019.
I recently visited 3.14 Italian Restaurant in Fussa for lunch and dinner. The restaurant is a short walk from the Seiyu Department Store if you have shopping to do and can get your parking validated. There are also paid parking lots nearby. My first visit was for lunch with a friend. We did not have a reservation but after some google translating we were sat inside the smaller area of the restaurant with just a few small tables near the kitchen. The menu was in Japanese so we went with the safe lunch set of margherita pizza. It was only 1100 yen and came with a small salad and a drink. This was probably my favorite margherita pizza I have had locally, and I’ve tried a lot. Later in the week we had a last minute couples date night to say goodbye to friends. We called just 30 minutes ahead for a table for 6 on a Saturday night and were able to get in. We were seated in the larger dining room this visit. The dinner menu was much more extensive and many of the options were more family style so we were able to share and sample each others dishes. The waiter spoke some English and informed us the food would come out at different time intervals which was fine since we were able to share most dishes. We started with a caprese salad, bruschetta (we never figured out what it was called on the menu but pointed to the table next to us) and a very large salad. We sampled entree’s of spaghetti and linguine with crab, parmesan risotto and a few other Italian dishes. We finished the night off with a giant slice of chocolate cake and tiramisu. All of the food was delicious and reasonably priced and we would definitely go back again! – Angela Vaillant, July 2018
Phone number – 047-530-0815
Hours – Lunch 11:00am-3:00pm, last order at 2:30pm, Dinner 6:00pm-10:30pm, last order at 10:00pm.