Kitafuku has a few private rooms. It offers a traditional Japanese space. It is recommended for family gathering as well as for business entertainment.
The interior has some crab decorations too!
All the meals go well with Japanese sake.
Karasumi (dried mullet roe) rolled with Ofu (bread-like pieces od dried wheat gluten) is very soft and sticky. Scales of fish is cooked with hot oil, and this makes it so crunchy - you can eat them all.
This is boiled thoroughly with radish and goosefish liver.
Finally, time for crabs!
You can enjoy crabs made with different cooking method - from raw to fully boiled.
You will be shocked by the size of the crab. It will definitely make you satisfied.
You can see the cooking performance at your table.
You will see the crab moving when it is being cooked and even after it’s cooked, it still moves. It’s a bit scary!
But apparently crabs don’t feel pain.
Even when it is fully cooked, it is moving….It means it’s fresh!
At first, eat it raw.
Then, eat boiled one. It’s sweet and soft!
And, the last few meals.
But of course, I’m sure you’ll have rooms for deserts.
Panna cotta-like milk pudding with apple and cinnamon and syrup.
Monaka filled with pears.
This restaurant is very popular, so prior booking is required. Gochisousama-deshita!
|7F International Amano Building, 3-13-6 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo|
|3-minute (156m) walk from Akasaka Station|
|Sundays and Public Holidays|
|Crab, Kyoto Cuisine, Kaiseki|
|¥20,000 ~ ¥29,999|