The first few times when I visited this place and tried the meat and fish lunches, I thought they were not bad(though I suspect frozen meat/fish is used), generous in portion and cheap, so I decided to blog about this place, but after half a year of eating lunch there about 2-3 times a month, I have to say I’m really bored of the menu. Lunch soup was minestrone the first time I visited and then it changed to onion gratin soup and for SIX MONTHS, it remained the only lunch soup. There are three pasta options and they change about once a week but the pasta is mediocre in this place and I order the pasta only because I don’t want to order the same meat or fish lunch that I already had before(and I’m lazy to find another place to have lunch). Seriously the last time they changed the meat and fish menu was TWO MONTHS ago. ^^;;
Rome-styled Oven-grilled Chicken thigh, Y1000. Comes with Minestrone and garlic bread.
Spaghetti with minced meat and asparagus and corn in tomato cream, Y850.
Grilled today’s fish, vegetables in tomato sauce, Y1100.
オニオングラタンスープ。 鴨のコンフィ 茄子とベーコンとマッシュポテトのオーブン焼き、￥１０００。
Onion gratin soup. Duck confit, oven-grilled aubergine, bacon and mashed potato, Y1000.
Spaghetti Bianco with squid legs, clams, shirasu, mushroom and ooba, Y850.
Grilled pork loin, oven-grilled aubergine, bacon and mashed potato, Y1000.
Spaghetti spicy Bianco with prawn, clams, anchovy and cabbage, Y850.
Chicken, onion, bacon, white kidney beans, paprika, tomato stew, Y1000.
Today’s fish Meuniere, prawn and mushroom in cream sauce, Y1100.
Oven-grilled chicken thigh, white kidney beans in tomato sauce, aubergine and mashed potato, Y1000.
Today’s fish Meuniere, zucchini, mushroom, aubergine, prawn, in tomato cream sauce, Y1100.
Spaghetti with minced meat, broccoli in tomato sauce, topped with Granata cheese, Y850.
Spaghetti with salmon, prawn and spinach in cream sauce, Y850.
Grilled pork loin, with aubergine, tomato and cabbage, Y1000.
Spaghetti with minced meat, onion, aubergine, zucchini, in tomato sauce, topped with Granata cheese, Y850.
Today’s fish Meuniere, prawn and clams and broccoli in tomato cream sauce, Y1100.
Spaghetti Bianco with chicken, mushroom, bamboo shoot, komatsuna, Y850.
Lunch menu(J): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16.
Add: 1-2-3 Kanda Sudacho, Chiyoda-ku
I really wish you wouldn’t go to places like this without me…I can come up to Awajicho any time now that the weather’s nice!
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