Updated: November 06, 2018
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Unlimited Shirasu Fish on Your Spaghetti? Visit BIODYNAMIE in Shinjuku

BIODYNAMIE, located 5 minutes walk from Shinjuku station and offers unusual spaghetti. You can put as much "shirasu" as you want as a topping on the spaghetti. "Shirasu" is a tiny white fish, often called baby anchovy or whitebait, that is commonly eaten in Japan. You should come and see the mountain of shirasu and try what it tastes like!

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BIODYNAMIE

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So, we went to BIODYNAMIE to try the spaghetti with unlimited shirasu. It is an Italian restaurant with a nice atmosphere, just a 5 minute walk from Shinjuku station.
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Ordered "Spaghetti aglio e olio with Shirasu"

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First, the staff served a simple spaghetti without any toppings. They don't use dried spaghetti, so the noodles have a nice and chewy texture.
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Then, they put more and more shirasu... until we said 'stop'. The shirasu is from Setonaikai, it is famous for tasty shirasu in Japan.

They made a mountain of shirasu

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I'd never seen so much shirasu before, so it was like a dream especially for me since I love it so much. The staff finished it off with some olive oil.

Time to eat

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You probably think it is too much... but it was actually not. The flavor of shirasu, the garlicky seasoning, and the chewy spaghetti blended perfectly together. The spaghetti was 980 yen, good value for money.

Lastly...

Just give it a try, you will have an amazing spaghetti experience! BIODYMANIE also serves a variety of dishes made from selected organic ingredients. When you find yourself in Shinjuku, Tokyo, I recommend you to visit Biodynamie.
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I love traveling and eating. My favorites are everything matcha and cheesecakes.

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