Zhuye Pavilion is a shop where neon villagers flock to it, and the Chinese abandoned it like a shoe.
The old eel shop from the Edo period is still alive and well in Ginza today. It is in line with all Japanese aesthetics, such as sashimi, fresh spring teeth, verdant salad, and refreshing sauce. Except... a lot of fish bones. Really many. (The day before yesterday, a classmate said that he took a fishbone 5W yen in the emergency department in Japan.)
I was quietly dragged my sleeves by my compatriots at the table next door and asked: Do you think this restaurant is delicious?...I...I thought I could eat...Eel with a sweet sauce that melts in your mouth...I want to cry and I want to go back to China for a day. material.
This eel rice is very famous in Tokyo. The eel in it is divided into three grades. I ordered a mid-range one. The eel is very large. The eel tako roll is recommended as a snack. This is delicious.
The flax tofu is very good. The eel rice is not as good as expected and melts in your mouth! But the portion is good because the hotel is next to it
It's very close to the hotel. I walked over for dinner. The eel was very fresh and tender, with a light taste. There were many people in line downstairs and it was very popular.
The eel rice is really delicious, the eel is grilled, there are many kinds of sushi, the environment is good, and the service is good.