Tsukiji market serve my delight from the morning !
I had breakfast at Tsukiji after half a month absence 🙂
It is the day before yesterday.
I was dying for deep fried foods, so I entered the shop without hesitation.
Probably, this was the second time to visit the eatery. I had eaten deep fried oysters once. I rarely feel like eating deep fried foods in the early morning
(except deep fried oysters).
I knew the eatery serve ayu karaage in this season by another blog and I wanted to eat it.
So, I confirmed that there was the word “Sweetfish karaage” on the menus, and entered the eatery.
Then, I said to the waitress, “One ayu karaage dish and rice, please ”
The waitress said, “The dish have two ayu. Is that OK ?”.
I thought her saying means “Can you eat as many as two ayu ?”
So, I said “OK. No problem” with a light heart.
While waiting, I checked the menus on the walls and variety of teishoku sets.
Pike conger has taken place of oyster because it getting warmer.
B set was pickled horse mackerel. It sounded yammy.
A set was simmered beef and tofu.
Simmered beef and tofu is supporting player for me under the influence of Yonehana (米花).
I thought simmered beef and tofu is not good for main dish. I also thought no one ordered the set.
But the instand a man came in, he said “A” and sat down on my opposite side.
Just after them, a pair who was back of me said “What is A ? (Looked at the menu, then) Umm…Sounds yummy.”
And they ordered it.
In high demand 🙁 Sorry.
Especially men like the dish, I think.
After a while, my sweetfish set came.
Sweetfish karaage (Deep fried sweetfish, 鮎の唐揚げ) 900 yen
Too small !
Her saying “Is that OK ?” means “Is that enough ?”
Well, it couldnt be helped.
The ayu was entirely fried. I could eat everything. The instant I baited from the head, I felt fresh bitterness in my mouth.
It was tasty. Good! I love ayu.
Lots of vegetables were on the plate.
I usually leave shredded cabbage on my dish at restaurants.
Well, Tsukiji also serve good vegetables. I could eat up.
And I also could eat parsley. Though I never eat parsley another restaurant.
Coleslaw was good, too.
I’ll visit the eatery soon again. I want to eat pike conger next time.
About Tonkatsu Yachiyo (とんかつ八千代)
Address / Tsukiji Market Bldg No.6, 5-2-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Station / Tsukijisijo station (Toei subway)
Open / 5:00 – 13:00
Closed / Market’s holidays