Sunday, April 27, 2008

Eating Out in Tokyo: Ginza銀座

Kaen Yakiniku - Ginza Branch
Yakiniku is a style of japanese cooking of bite sized meat and vegetables or seafood on griddles over flame wood of carbonized by dry distillation 炭火. Kaen is one of the best meals during our trip in tokyo.
Spring onions and tare sauce

Their signature tofu pot


Our yakiniku set - that consists of butter fish, abalone, scallops, pork, lobster, sea urchin, alaskan crab claws, tuna in skewers and assorted vegetables


Crab claws attack !

Scallop with melted butter and spring onions
Lobster and fresh abalone


The marinated pork is superb it's the japanese 'black pig' meat
But the sauce caused a minor fire hehe
Lobster head miso soup
Hotpot rice

Kaen has many branches but the queue is insane therefore reservation is strongly suggested.

The End.



Signing off,

Ketchup Queen

5 Comments:

Blogger Simon Seow said...

Yum yum. Japanese food in Japan is really different.

4:51 AM, April 29, 2008  
Blogger Lannae said...

The whole trip to Japan looks terrific! I really like the Japanese Grill you show here. I bet it was delicious! And, it is so good to see you posting again because I really like your food adventures!

12:12 PM, May 03, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wah..Jap is so good.. mind the share what's the damage? need to budget budget b4 going

8:48 PM, May 03, 2008  
Blogger Makan Kings said...

Anonymous : 15000 yen for two
Lannae : thanks alot heeee

Ketchup queen.

12:29 AM, May 06, 2008  
Blogger Henry Yeo said...

ss: must be the pork, pork, and nothing but the pork.

still thinking about where to go.

10:28 PM, May 15, 2008  

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