Kairi in Ebisu, Tokyo Serves 1 Kg of Shrimps With The Shabu Shabu! [PR]
A 2-minute walk from JR Ebisu Station's West Exit, "Kairi" is a delightful restaurant which specializes in shrimps. The specialty is "shrimp shabu shabu" which uses 1 Kg of red shrimps! It makes for a rare experience because you will probably never have the chance to eat this many shrimps again! The menu is a shrimp lover's dream come true, you should also try their other famous shrimp dishes at Kairi!
Ebisu Kairi: A shrimp lover's dream come true!
You can recognize the restaurant because of its red banner at the entrance.
A staggering amount (1 Kg) of shrimps with the shabu shabu!
You won't believe how cheap it is given how many shrimps you get and how big they are (10 cm long!)
The shrimps are fresh, so fresh that, in fact, you can eat them raw while the soup is warming up. You can enjoy shrimp sashimi or dipped in the two different kinds of soups.
Try the shrimp sashimi assortment!
The red shrimps have a firm texture, the Butan shrimps have a rich and sweet taste, the angel shrimps are said to be of the best quality in the world with their deep umami flavour.
Humongous "ebi fry" on a fishing rod!
You can cut it up with scissors or you can try biting into it if you feel like it.
Their new famous dish is the drunk tiger prawns
Cooked in alcohol with the home-made sauce, the live shrimps are thrown in the pan. And as you turn on the heat, the shrimps start dancing in the pan. You can eat them half-cooked and they're perfectly chewy and delicious!
Kairi will please shrimp lovers from the beginning to the end
The red shrimps are used to made the shrimp ochazuke (￥780, excluding taxes), the shrimp tempura over rice (￥780, excluding taxes), and the onigiri with shrimp tempura filling (￥480, excluding taxes).
Let's try all the shrimps!
Let's try the sake pairings! There are over 15 kinds to try
If you love shrimps, you should definitely stop by Kairi
If you love shrimps, you should definitely check out Kairi!
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