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Kushikatsu (fried skewer) sounds like a Osaka speciality but I recently saw on the TV that many people came to Tokyo and had Kushikatsu for the first time.

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Kushikatsu (fried skewer) sounds like a Osaka speciality but I recently saw on the TV that many people came to Tokyo and had Kushikatsu for the first time.

But anyway, Kushiage is thought to be more expensive than Kushikatsu.

I found a restaurant in Ebisu where Kushiage is offered at a reasonable price.

There were many young couples, businessmen, and foreigners.

There are booths, horigotatsu (low table over a hole in the floor), counter-seats and private rooms.

If you choose counter-seats, you get to see the Kushiage being fried in your eyes.

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You can order the items separately but I recommend the Omakase course (¥3800 or ¥4800)

Both have 8 Kushiage with a la carte.

You’re stomach will be full after eating Jako-gohan (small fish rice).

I think it’s a good idea to order other a la carte after finishing the course menus.

This is what ¥3800 course look like:
-vegetable stick
-two appetizers
-four seasonal Kushiage
-Nakabachi
-four special Kushiage
-Small fish rice
-Soup
-Pickled vegetables

Appetizer was crab salad

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The waiter brings the ingredients before frying them – foie gras, shrimp, etc…

I got SOOOO excited!!

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The batter is so light. I could eat it forever!

This is definitely perfect for foreigners visiting Japan!

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I finished off the meal with Jako-gohan (small fish rice)

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This only cost ¥3800! What a satisfying meal!

There’s another branch in Nihonbashi as well.


INFORMATION
KUSHITEI
1-7-13 Ebisunishi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
1-minute from Ebisu Station
17:00~26:00 (Sundays 17:00~24:00)
No Holidays
03-3476-0750
Kushiage, Izakaya
¥5000~¥5999

writer:akemi

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