Kachidoki : Deep fried sardine and and red sea bream saikyoyaki at Sayori (魚河岸さより)

Grilled red sea bream with saikyo miso, Uogashi Sayori (Kachidoki) Tokyo
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Need the courage to open the door

I’ve just been from Hawaii !
Hawaii have clearly hot weather and blue sea was beautiful.
But Japan… is muggy. Japan is still in rainy season.

I can’t believe Hawaii and Japan is in same “summer” season now. Those are completely different !

But markets and shops that offer fresh and tasty fishes are great  in such a muggy season !
Every time I come back from abroad to Japan, I feel like eating fresh fishes 🙂

This was the first time to visit the shop.
The shop is named Uogashi Sayori.

Small house along the narrow alley.It is not ordinary private house. It’s a shop.
Well, maybe its upstair is their private area.

Alley, Uogashi Sayori (Kachidoki)


At first I hesitated to open the door because it seems completely private house’s entrance.

Entrance, Uogashi Sayori (Kachidoki)


That’s a small shop that have three chairs along the counter table and another three tables.
I felt like eating grilled fishes with saikyo miso, so I ordered a Today’s lunch set (日替わり定食, 850 yen).
Today’s lunch set had grilled red sea bream with saikyo miso and deep fried sardines.

Lunch set, Uogashi Sayori (Kachidoki)


Large ! Macaroni salad was better than I had expected.

Though I’m familiar with deep fried horse mackerel, I hadn’t heard the word “deep fried sardines”.But it was tasty. Its coating was crisp and its inside, the meat of sardine was soft.

Deep fried sardine, Uogashi Sayori (Kachidoki)


And this, it is the grilled red sea bream with saikyo miso.
The burnt smell of saikyo miso was great. I wanted to keep eating it for a longer time, so I ate it little by little 😛

Grilled red sea bream with saikyo miso, Uogashi Sayori (Kachidoki)


About Uogashi Sayori (魚河岸 さより)

Address / 3-16-7 Kachidoki, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Station / Kachidoki station (Tokyo metro)
Open / 11:30 – 13:30, 17:00 – 22:00
Closed / Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays



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