If there’s one thing that I would pick from time to time whenever I’m in a Japanese restaurant, that would be unagi Yanagawa.
It was by fate that I met Chef Tomohiko Omori, a native Kyushu citizen who is proud to promote the locality of his cuisine. Not only that he shared me a story about his favorite dish of all time – ramen and particularly the tonkotsu version coming from this region. He also shows his pride and joy that I found from this dish!
The small town of Yanagawa in Kyushu is represented by the unagi hot pot that I love so much. If you haven’t tried this one, then you should. The eels are in abundant and there’s a whole egg covering it. Perfect for lunch and dinner, unagi Yanagawa is best served hot with rice and soup.
Now imagine yourself digging this awesomeness!
Some of the menu are suitable for vegetarians
Jalan Lapangan Banteng Selatan no. 1, Jakarta – Indonesia
Daily, 11.30am – 2.30pm (lunch), 6.30pm – 10.30pm (dinner)
Spend: IDR 150,000 – IDR 250,000 / person
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