Yonehana’s chef’s choice is changeable.
What I do at first after waking up is, of course, viewing Twitter to know Today’s chef’s choice at Yonehana.
I found Today’s chef’s choice at Yonehana was tuna’s nakaochi the other day and went straight to there.
I love Yonehana’s nakaochi. nakaochi is left-over flesh on the spine of fish. Mostly it’s tuna.
I thought I can’t eat nakaochi, but went to there.
Yonehana’s chef’s choice changed to lean meat of tuna on my way to Tsukiji, as I thought.
And when I got to there, chu-toro (fatty part of tuna) welcomed me 🙁
Oh my !
Well, chu-toro is fatty part and more expensive than lean meat and nakaochi, and many people like it, of course, me too.
But I love nakaochi !
There’s much fats between meat and bone. Nakaochi have plenty of the fat.
Which part of tuna meat do you like ?
Of course, chutoro is good, too 🙂
I put some slices of tuna into soy sauce for a while as usual.
I kept putting them longer, but there’s no problem. It won’t be salty.
Yonehana’s sashimi is so fatty and very thick. So, it takes much time for soy sauce to soak into the meat.
Vinegared cucumber, wakame seaweed.
Boiled chicken ball and dried shredded daikon radish.
Nutritious breakfast as usual. Though I don’t like shredded daikon radish, I always eat it up because it is so healthy. Of course, I eat it with much spicy miso on the table. (Not healthy ? :p)
And I found miso soup wasn’t served, and I knew that day’s miso soup have hard clams, so I said to the waiter, “Miso soup please !”
Sashimi bowl is the most popular bowl at Yonehana as usual. I want to eat sashimi bowl after a long interval.