Kachidoki : Deep fried horse mackerel at Sake-dokoro Nakamura (酒処 なかむら)

In the shop, Sake-dokoro Nakamura (Kachidoki) Tokyo
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I found inexpensive lunch spot !

I found that an izakaya in front of Kachidoki subway station has started to open their shop at lunchtime. So, I went to there over 1 p.m.

Sake-dokoro Nakamura

Appearance, Sake-dokoro Nakamura (Kachidoki)


From its appearance, it seems plain izakaya, but lots of records are on the wall.

In the shop, Sake-dokoro Nakamura (Kachidoki)


Forein countries’ bills.

Interior, Sake-dokoro Nakamura (Kachidoki)


The owner’s hobby ? I’m also very interested in foreign bills and coins (Though I don’t know much). It’s fun !

At lunchtime, they serve three kinds of lunch sets. Deep fried horse mackerel, Karaage and pork shogayaki (grilled ginger pork). 600 yen. Not only those dishes. With rice, miso soup, pickled vegetable and cold tofu 🙂
I tried eating karaage, but to my sad, karaage was already sold out.
So, I ordered Deep fried horse mackerel (aji-furai, アジフライ定食) 🙁

Horse mackerel fry set, Sake-dokoro Nakamura (Kachidoki)


Usually horse mackerel fry costs 800 yen at least. So I didn’t expect that their horse mackerel fry is so good.


Horse mackerel fry, Sake-dokoro Nakamura (Kachidoki)


Wowww! Two fries !!!

Its bread‐crumb coating was light and crispy.
Though the horse mackerel had a little fish smell for me that I often eat horse mackerel fry at Tsukiji,its meat was fat and tasty. All right.
But I want to eat karaage next time !

About Sake-dokoro Nakamura (酒処 なかむら)

Address / 3-5-1 Kachidoki, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Station / Kachidoki station (Toei subway)
Open / 11:30 – 14:00, 17:00 – 24:00
Closed / Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays



  1. Buta shogayaki wa boku no ichiban suki na nihonryori no hitotsu dakedo, kore no kawari ni karaage (shinsen na shibori remon to) ni shitai!

    I can’t type in Japanese on this computer!

    • Ryoko says:

      nihongo ga jyouzu desune 🙂
      niku no ryouri ga suki nandesuka ?
      watashi mo daisuki desu.

      I think you also can’t see Japanese on your computer, so I tried to type in Romanized Japanese.
      But it is difficult a bit :p

      Thanks for coming, and I wish you to come again (^_^)

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