Korean lunch on my way to Embassy of Uzbekistan.
I visited Wagaya the other day on my way to home from embassy of Uzbekistan.
Wagaya means “my home”. But of course, now I say “Wagaya” is not about my home.
“Wagaya” is Korean foods restaurant in Meguro.
I had kimchi jjigae (キムチチゲ, 850 yen) as lunch at there.
That day was very muggy and had to get more energy.
So, spicy jjigae might be good choice for me, I thought.
It was spicy and sour. The tofu was soft.
Some slices of pork meat in it and those were tasty. Mostly meat in jjigae is chewy and not tasty, and also those were few.
So, I was glad that it had tasty meat in it.
There weren’t many ingredients. Tofu, green onions, pork meat, onion and so on. And Kimchi.
Also this shop’s yukhoejang and skirt steak looks tasty. I want to visit there again though I rarely have something to do at Meguro.
Well, there’s Meguro Fudoson temple. That’s good idea to visit there for getting Gosyuin and then have lunch at Wagaya again 🙂
There’s huge television was hung from the ceiling, but it wasn’t turned on.
Perhaps it is for watching Japan–South Korea sports (soccer, baseball…) rivalries.
By the way Embassy of Uzbekistan is in the residential area and looked like private house. So, it was hard to find.
But finally, I got a right to go to Uzbekistan !
About Wagaya (我が家)
Address / 2-2-8 Shita Meguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
Station / Meguro station (JR, Tokyo metro)
Open / 11:30 – 14:30, 17:00 – 23:00
Saturdays, Sundays and another national holidays / 17:00 – 23:00
Closed / No scheduled