Wafu(Japanese-style) spaghetti shop. I crave this kind of spaghetti from time to time but as a friend who can cook put it, “you can make it easily at home”. Well I can’t…^^;; The food is pretty good – spaghetti is never overcooked and the ingredients are used generously. Only one complaint is that it is certainly always too salty for me(except the ones with tomato sauce). But after a few times of tolerating the excessive saltiness, I asked the staff, who are all very friendly, if they could make it with less salt, and my request was met with no fuss.
Located in an office area, this shop opens all day on weekdays, only lunch time on Saturday and holidays, and is closed on Sunday. At whatever odd hour you go on weekdays, there are always some salarymen and OLs eating there.
Oyster and mushroom in cream sauce.
Aojiso, tarako, uni(sea urchin) and ika(squid), butter flavour.
Aubergine and meat sauce. Hokkaido salmon and spinach, white sauce.
Bacon and spring onion peperoncino.
Mixed ingredients(prawn, clam, bacon, onion, bell pepper, mushroom), chilli and tomato sauce.
Salad spaghetti with bacon. Sauce for it is a bit like warm thousand island dressing with mustard. Surprisingly nice actually.
Clam, basil, butter and cheese and garlic sauce.
Squid ink spaghetti.
Prawn, green asparagus, tomato cream.
Bacon, egg and spinach, carbonara.
Umi no sachi: prawn, clam, scallop, octopus, squid and wakame, soy sauce flavour.
Green asparagus, bacon, shimeji mushroom, soy sauce and butter flavour.
My favourites are salad spaghetti, soup spaghetti, peperoncino, and carbonara.
Menu(J): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
Add: 2-2-8 Horidome-cho, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku