The chef of this curry/yoshoku restaurant used to work in Brasserie domPierre in Kyobashi which I used to visit often for its delicious European-style curry and omurice. This branch in Kanda is much more casual and cheaper in price.
Dry curry with omelette. Soup comes with lunch set.
Hokkaido black-haired wagyu curry on the left. Special beef curry on the right. The “special” version is 500yen more expensive but the quality of the beef is much better.
Not your usual Menchikatsu but more like fried hamburger with melted cheese in the middle. Very good!!
Beef tendon terrine salad that comes with lunch set. Chicken curry.
Hamburger curry. Patty is solid, made of mainly meat.
Hayashi rice. The beef in it is very soft.
Omu-Hayashi. Fried rice with chicken and tomato sauce underneath the omelette. The sauce is the same as Hayashi rice.
Beef Omurice. This dish costs a whopping 3000yen so I was seriously hesitating whether to try it or not…but I am glad I did. It is very good! The rice is fried with soy sauce with generous chunks of juicy beef in it. Chicken omurice and Omu-Hayashi both cost 2000yen and more and although they are nice, they are nothing too special. To splurge on one dish, definitely go for the Beef Omurice.
I have only been to this place for lunch and I notice that the quality on weekdays is better than on weekends…the main chef is only present at lunch time during weekdays but not on weekends(though a younger chef is always there). I am sure that is not the case for dinner. Also, as can be told from the pictures that they give you a lot of sauce but not that much rice. I ordered “extra rice” once for 200yen but I usually just leave the extra sauce.
Add: 2-14-3, Uchi-Kanda, Chiyoda-ku