A chain restaurant specialised in Sundubu or Korean tofu hotpot. This branch is inside Tokyo Dome City. There are two kinds of soup base for the Sundubu – miso(Korean style) or salt(American style), and 4 spicy levels – Mild, Hot, Very hot and Super hot. Lunch set comes with rice(free to ask for large portion at lunch time), veggy side dish and a small tofu dessert. All the additional side dishes and desserts are from the weekend and holiday menu and are not available on weekdays. I like the Sundubu lunch set here but the main reason I had lunch in this restaurant so many times is that it is conveniently located right opposite to a supermarket that I always shop on weekends….
Seafood Sundubu, Y1400. Mentaiko topping, Y100.
Frozen Yogurt, Y400. The only dessert that’s okay. The others are pretty bad.
Mix Sundubu, Y1300. A limited menu including ingredients such as chicken, Squid and buta no kakuni(simmered pork belly).
Almond mango Parfait, Y580.
Double Wonton Sundubu, Y1200.
Omu-ice(ice-cream wrapped in egg), Y600.
Pork and raddish Sundubu, Y1100. Rice cake topping, Y100.
Chilled Sundubu(summer only), Y1000.
Sesame seed Tantan Sundubu, Y1100.
A fancy version of beef tendon sundubu produced by a celebrity. It has collagen and some other beauty ingredients added to it.
Potato pancake, Y800.
Cheese Sundubu, Y1100. Seafood pancake, Y1,000.
The pancakes don’t have that much ingredients in it.
Korean chilled tofu, Y500. Miso Butter Sudubu, Y1100.
Green vegetable Sundubu, Y1100. Topokki topping, Y100.
Tofu shop’s soy milk ice-cream, Y700. Very disappointing.
Avocado and tomato kimchi, Y550. Kurobuta(black pig) Sundubu, Y1200.
Pork and kimchi and Topokki,Y800.
Limited menu with cheese, okra and onion in a curry soup, Y1000.
Pork Sundubu, Y1000. Clam Sundubu, Y1000.
Curry Sundubu, Y950. Chicken Sundubu, Y1100.
東京純豆腐 (Tokyo Sundubu)