* Boiled Beef Tendon Rice
(Japanese-style with plenty of vegetables)
* Half and Half
(You can pick two sauces out of beef tendon curry, beef tendon hayashi, or beef tendon chili)
* Beef Tendon with Rice and Asian Sauce
– 100% coconut milk with Thai fish sauce
– Omelette with scallions
– Omelette with shrimp
Extra rice available for all items for an extra 100 yen.
All items can be ordered from 2 PM onward. (Drinks, switching rice for pilaf, adding sautéed vegetables, etc.)
About five minutes from the JR Akihabara Station, and only one minute from the Matsuhiromachi Station of the Ginza Metropolitan line, this is a small restaurant with only 8 seats.
The counter seats are rattan stools, which are soft and comfortable to sit in.
The handwritten menu has all sorts of set meals and combinations, meaning that people who've come here for the first time may be at a loss about what to order.
I asked the old man behind the counter what he recommended, and ordered the beef tendon omugohan with curry sauce.
It didn't even take three minutes before he laid out a plate of delicious looking omugohan in front of me! Since he hadn't used any sugar, the curry sauce's bitterness was still there, but the soft, boiled beef tendon and smooth egg mixed together well. I didn't think it was too spicy or salty, and thought it was rather balanced.
Everything is within 1000 yen, so it's a perfect choice for lunch!