English Reviews (Reviews Total Language : 44 reviews)
“Very good eel dishes”
A small menu, mostly dishes with eel with rice. But still very good prepared, really tasteful. Nice people, English menu. Prices are ok, not cheap. About 20 to 35 euro for the menu, it consists of a soup, a mini salad and the main dish with eel and rice. The premium malt beer is also very tasteful ...und should be tried out. We were very happy with the experience.
Visited November 2019
“Nice place for Unagi”
I found this place via Mr Google for Unagi restaurant to recommend. The place is convenient as it was just on the 8th floor of Yobadashi Akihabara. The Unagi is grilled and crispy. I ordered the Hitsumabushi and the soup were very nicely made. The Unagi liver were also very nice. Staffs were very... friendly and helpful. Price are not cheap but they serve good quality Unagi. So it's a good place to pamper yourself after heavy shopping in akihabara.
Visited May 2018
“Enjoyable, tasty Eel”
I grew up eating unagi in Hawaii, but out of a can. Still do, but fresh grilled unagi is a delicacy and one I look forward to consuming in Tokyo. My wife and I found this restaurant last year and enjoyed it. So we went back this year and it is on our favorites list. That bowl may look small but i...t is brimming with eel in two layers. You are encouraged to eat the dish in quarters. First straight in the chawan. Second with the spices, i generously used the wasabi and the green sansho pepper, which surprisingly had a tingling effect sometime after I ate it. Not like red chilis it has a much more subtle taste. Then you are encouraged to eat the third serving as an ochazuke, with the small container of ocha. I found this was my favorite way of eating unagi. With green onions and thin slivers of nori and a little wasabi, it was delicious. The eel soup was also delicious as were the tsukemono. All in all it was a great meal. The catch is it was expensive but all quality unagi restaurants are, so forget the cost and splurge just once.
Visited May 2018
This is my go-to unagi-don place when I visit Akiba. They grill the unagi so that the skin is crispy and I like this a lot.
Visited January 2016
“Can't beat the one served in Nagoya”
The best hitsumabushi I've had was at a department store restaurant in Nagoya. This one is a decent substitute without having to venture outside Tokyo. Service was attentive and friendly.
Visited October 2016