Monday, March 12, 2012

Kirakudo / 喜楽堂

Getting back to some food posts, last month a friend of mine got off work early and invited me out to have a few drinks with him.  We met at a place called [Kirakudo].  I wonder what a place like this would be called in English.  Its a kushi-age place.  Kushi is skewer, age is deep-fried.  The restaurants serves different kinds of meats and vegetables on a skewer that are deep-fried.  You then dip it into a sauce and enjoy!


Oh, you would think that the food is heavy as everything is deep-fried in oil, but you would be mistaken.  Everything we ordered was delicious!


Okay, so the cabbage wasn't deep-fried.  キャベツは揚げものになっておりませんよ。

So, what is all that pictured above?  We had some maguro, shiitake mushrooms, shrimp, renkon, bacon, asparagus, garlic, ham, and I can't remember what else.


Bon Appetit!


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