- I love traveling and eating. My favorites are everything matcha and cheesecakes.
Gyudon is a rice bowl dish topped with simmered beef and onions that is commonly eaten in Japan. It is absolutely great and also easy to make. Gyudon recipes usually require dashi (Japanese cooking broth) and sake (alcohol), but you probably don't have them. So, I'll introduce two recipes, one without dashi and the other without sake.
"MK Restaurant" is a chain restaurant in Tokyo where you can enjoy all-you-can-eat shabu-shabu & yam cha at the same time. Definitely the best value for your money!
Kitakata Ramen Bannai is a chain ramen shop which has many branches throughout the country, mainly in Tokyo. You must try their famous ramen, which is a ramen literally covered in slices of roast pork!
If you are a meat lover and looking for a place to drink tonight, you should go to "Niku baru pippi" in Tokyo! "Niku baru" literally means "meat bar" and it offers a variety of delicious beef dishes like steak and beef sashimi which are worth trying.
Have you ever heard of "Coulicious"? Most of you probably haven't, for it is actually a new creative dish only served at a French bistro called "&éclé" in Omotesando, Tokyo. It is a beautiful, healthy rice dish that you will surely love!
Do you want to take a bite of American sandwiches in Tokyo? Qino's is known for having a variety of delicious sandwiches such as New York's famous Reuben sandwich.
For those who are looking for the best sushi experience in Tokyo, just go to a sushi restaurant & bar called "Sushi Sakaba Omotenashi" in Shibuya, and you will have a fulfilling experience. They offer sophisticated, elegant sushi and amazing an atmosphere with nice counter seats. You shouldn't miss this authentic sushi dining while in Tokyo.
Suzushin is a famous tonkatsu restaurant in Yotsuya area. Tonkatsu is Japanese deep fried pork. It is often served on a bowl of rice after being simmered in soup with eggs, it is called "katsudon". Suzushin is well known for the katsudon, but is slightly different from the regular katsudon.
Have you ever tried Hiroshima-style "okonomiyaki (Japanese savory pancake)? Bakudanya in Shibuya, Tokyo offers an authentic, incredible Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki that you should definitely try.
There is a must-try ramen shop in Nakano, Tokyo, especially if you are a spicy food lover. It is called "Tantanmen Hoozuki" which serves amazing, unique tantanmen (a kind of spicy ramen). Here is a review of their specialty menu "tantanmen"!