I made it 🙂
Odayasu serves “chicken nanban” from April to September.
I forgot to eat it and I found October has set in.
And I was really shocked by the fact that I missed chicken nanban this year, too.
But fortunately, my friend who is regular customer of this shop said to me that they cook too much nanban sauce and they still might accept order of chicken nanban.
Now it is very popular chicken dish in Japan.
So, I visited the shop and asked the waiter about chicken nanban.
And he said “we can accept the order.” 🙂
Chicken nanban set (チキン南蛮, 1130 yen)
Somehow the waiter served me smaller rice though I didn’t say anything.
But it’s the right decision. So huge… ! About large five pieces of chicken was on the dish.
You can’t see, but shredded cabbage was at the back of the chicken meat. And potato salad.
By the way, I didn’t say anything about chicken nanban yet. Chicken nanban is said to be born in Miyazaki prefecture.
Deep fried chicken dressed with vinegared sauce that is sweet and sour. And plenty of tartar sauce on it. It’s quite differ from “nanban” that is used for soba.
I put one piece of the chicken meat onto the rice. This piece of the chicken was smaller than any othoer pieces on the dish.
Though it was delicious, it was too much for me. I was full and couldn’t eat it up. (I ate the chicken up, but I left some shredded cabbage…)
By the way, Odayasu serve deep fried oyster and fried oyster with butter instead of Chicken nanban from October to next March.
(But recently they serve oyster until the middle of May)
Address / Tsukiji Market Bldg No.6, 5-2-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Station / Tsukijisijo station (Toei subway)
Open / 4:00 ? 13:00
Closed / Market’s holidays