Ginza : Ham cutlet sandwich at Choshiya (チョウシ屋)

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Long established croquette shop’s sandwich

I knew there is a croquette shop near Higashi-Ginza station that is very useful for people who works around there. It’s very close to Persil that is my favorite bistro.

Higashi-Ginza : Lunchtime at Persil for the first time
Healthy and happy lunchtime. I visited Persil several times,but this was the first time to eat at lunchtime. Lunch menus. All sets were 1000 yen. Bread and paste. Salads and soup. ...

Choshiya

Appearance, Choshiya (Ginza)

コロッケやカツのお店がぺるしぃの近くにあって気になってたんです~ヽ(´▽`)ノ

The shop sells freshly-fried croquette and cutlet , and sandwiches with those deep fried foods on breads or hot dog buns are popular.
But it is hard for me to visit the shop because the shop open only weekday, and until 6 p.m.

Well,,, so old signboard …. Something cool.

Name, Choshiya (Ginza)

すごく年季の入った看板!!

I ordered a ham cutlet sandwich (ハムカツサンド, 250 yen).
Truthfully speaking, I wanted to eat it at once because it had so yummy smell. But I had already lunch, so I took it to home with patience.
Also, the shop have no space to eating.

As soon as I reached home, I opened the package !

Open, Choshiya (Ginza)

家に帰ってすぐ開けた((o(´∀`)o))

Like that. Simple sandwich.

Ham cutlet sandwich, Choshiya (Ginza)

パンにハムカツ、ソースという凄くシンプルなサンドイッチだけど、すごーく美味しい(*´д`*)

I saw the chef make the sandwich close to. To be honest, I thought that it is natural that cutlet sandwich have much shredded cabbage between breads.
But there was no cabbage on the kitchen. The chef make the sandwich only breads and ham cutlet ! Only that ? :O

Though, I ate it and understood.
Only ham cutlet, homemade worcester sauce and bread. Awesome (^^)
Thanks to no cabbage, the cutlet had still crispy texture even after the passage of time!

About Choshiya (チョウシ屋)

Address / 3-11-6 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Station / Tsukiji station (Tokyo metro)
Open / 11:00 – 14:30, 16:00 – 18:00
Closed / Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays

東京都中央区銀座3-11-6
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  1. Mitzie Mee says:

    Sometimes less is more:)

  2. Ryoko says:

    Well, I think so 🙂 And they surely know it.

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