As a famous Japanese food, tempura is not as good as fried chicken...This one is very good. If you don’t line up when you visit nearby, don’t miss it.
Daikoku has tempura is a very famous Japanese restaurant in Sensoji Temple. After three or four times, you have to wait in line. The last time I did not hold back, I waited for a while. The taste is really good and the cooking is very delicate.
Dahei Tianfuluo, the birthplace of the rice before Edo, is characterized by the use of black sesame oil, soy sauce and wine seasoning, Tianfuluo fried very soft, and most of the fried gold Tianfuluo rice is completely different. Taste is good, very delicious!
Temura is also a typical Japanese cuisine. This restaurant's Temura fried just right. It's very delicious. Soy sauce and rice are very delicious. Temura is very fragrant, but it's a bit tired after eating, and it's really big.
Tempura is also a representative dish in Japan. The fried tempura in this restaurant is just right and very delicious. Their tempura rice bowl with Japanese soy sauce is more flavorful. You can eat it with three prawn tempura. In the end, it was a bit greasy, with sweet and sour and spicy grated radish, great.
The sauce tastes a little heavy and not as good as expected, the menu is only Japanese and English, the ordering is difficult, after entering, a little surprised, it is full, stood outside the door and window, not a bit, because half of the tables are tatami.
The Dahei family is also near Sensoji, an old-fashioned Temple Restaurant. Had ordered Temple prawns and fish, prawns are longer than the palms, and the meat is delicious. No Chinese service, the old mothers of service can't speak English. She said that she said you, communicate with you with a smile.
Temple is not greasy at all, simmering white radish mud and sauce, tender in the outer porridge, very delicious. It is a specially made Temple (fried food, not welcome to enter), there are a variety of packages can be selected, outer porridge and inner soft, not greasy, shallow grass nearby dining recommended!