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I enjoyed my time at this Dragon Quest themed establishment.
The place is very small so a reservation is recommended. However the place is really, really small with not a lot to see as compared to Eorzea cafe. Still recommended for fans of the series. I would go back.
Tiny place not impressed....
This is so tiny that you will not miss much if you don't go but we are still happy to have just gone there. It's a standing only bar no chairs anywhere. It's super tiny and fills quickly so make a reservation if you are going at peak times.
For anyone familiar with the series, this is a great place to visit. Having a reservation is a must, and despite the language barrier, producing an ID with my name was enough for them to verify that I had one (thanks to the efforts of voyagin!)
Great place for fans, even if you don't speak Japanese!
My wife and I visited Luida's Bar in June of 2015 and will be going again in June of 2016 - if that isn't recommendation enough, then I'll go into more detail.
Luida's Bar is a standing only establishment that provides Dragon Quest themed food and drinks of the alcoholic/non-alcoholic variety. My wife doesn't drink alcohol but enjoyed the variety of non-alocoholic options available. The menu updates rather regularly so be sure to check the official site to see it (Google Translate will help for those that don't read Japanese).
Price wise I found it to be fair - I'm from Australia so just about everything is cheaper/on par with prices here. One thing I would recommend to anybody who wants to try a lot of the drinks on the menu is to go with the Royal Room Nomihodai option for 5,200 yen per person - nomihodai is the "All You Can Drink" option which lasts for around 2 hours, very common in Japan. As my previous visit cost me in the realm of 10,000 yen buying food and drink items separately for two, the nomihodai is a great way to save if you were planning on splurging at Luida's, especially on alcoholic beverages which they have a fun range of.
The Dragon Quest theming is great for fans of the series, with recreated items like swords and shields decorating the area and Dragon Quest music pumping lightly through the sound system. To be fair, this really is the main draw - as the food and drinks are also themed, if you are not familiar with the series then the menu may seem a bit overpriced compared to other places.
Best experience for a Dragon Quest fan!
There's no place like Luida's bar--especially if you are a Dragon Quest fan! All the decors and atmosphere were great! Enjoying DQ in reality was an experience you shouldn't miss as a DQ fan. My favorite part of this experience is that Luida's bar was celebrating their 6th anniversary on that day, so the host provided a desert cake, captured a photo, and made a photo booklet for all the guests there. I enjoyed every minute there.
Absolutely 5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ STARS! There is music playing like the video game and the menu is really good!
It was a nice little place. We enjoyed the music and birthday celebration. Drinks were good. Didn't try any of the food as we had eat before hand. I was saddened that 75% of the goods they sell were sold out. So I left empty handed. =( Maybe next time.
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