Tenshige” is a tempura restaurant located in a small building near the Hie Shrine at Akasaka Station.
This is a long-established tempura restaurant, and they are very famous for their oyster-fried rice bowl. I’ve been here once before and remembered how good it was, so I decided to revisit it.
There is a curtain at the entrance and it is open only on weekdays.
11:30 ~ 14:00! We got in at 11:30 on this day, so we were the first one in!
It was a situation where there were no customers. It’s a little fresh.
Hmmm. I’m not sure if I should go for the Kakiage Don or the Tendon.
I hadn’t been here in a while, so I guess it was kaki-age donburi.
If I ask for kakiage don, is miso soup included? and.
I had forgotten all about it, so I decided to ask for the miso soup with red dashi.
I felt like it would be good to have them make a set and charge 1500 yen^^
As I was the first customer, I was able to watch the tempura I had ordered fry.
It’s also quite rare to be able to see it right in front of you at the counter in the front row!
Watching the kaki-age (deep fried fish) being skillfully lifted, I feel my spirits rise.
And here is the one that appeared a while later.
It looks very tasty.
The sauce on the fried oysters is fluffy and fragrant and appetizing.
Deep-fried prawns and small pillars. The sauce is well soaked and goes great with rice. Even if it looks greasy, a piece of yuzu in it makes it much more refreshing. It’s amazing to be able to eat such a big fried egg until the end. This is the taste of a long-established restaurant, the skill of a long-established restaurant.
Also, I think it’s better to add red miso soup because it removes the fat!
Red dashi goes well with fried foods. I ate the whole thing with all my heart!
It’s only open on weekdays, so the opportunity to go there is very limited.
If you get a chance to go there, I recommend you go for it because it’s delicious!
Be warned that if you don’t get there early, you may not be able to get in due to the crowds!