Farthest lunch spot for me.But it is worth for visits.
I spent my lunch hour at Fujimura the other dday.
My target was deep fried oysters that is served from October.
…But when I got to Fujimura around 1:00 p.m., it was already sold out. Okay, I was prepared for that. Deep fried oysters is served only for 20 people in a day.
The lady said to me that many of foods on the menus were already sold out. I was fed up with that just a little, but my 2nd target was not sold out yet.
Tempura set (天ぷら定食, 1200 yen)
Those tempura was so crisp and light.
There’s soy sauce on the table, tempura dipping sauce and curry salt on the tray. Curry salt isn’t rarely served at lunchtime at most restaurants. That’s very nice.
I was satisfied with crisp tempura, but truthfully speaking, I don’t like they put Korean namul and Japanese boiled vegetables together on the dish 🙁
The flavor of namul’s sesami oil get on the boiled vegetables !
Fujimura’s lunch time is until 2:00 p.m (Last order), but head part of tuna sashimi and deep fried seasonal foods is not prepared much. So, you should go there before 12:00 p.m.
By the way, tomorrow is Christmas eve. For both Christian and not Christian, may you have a warm, joyful Christmas this year 🙂
About Fujimura (ふじむら)
Address / EURO Bldg B1F, 2-14-12 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Station / Tsukiji station (Tokyo metro)
Open / 13:00 – 14:00, 17:00 – 23:00
Closed / Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays