Recommended restaurant in Musashi Kosugi this time is Set Meal: Yayoiken.
Set Meal: Yayoiken｜Feature Reference
|Business Hours||10:00 AM ~ 12:30 AM|
|Budget||less than ¥1,000|
|Address||〒211-0063 Kanagawa Prefecture, Kawasaki, Nakahara Ward, Kosugimachi, 3−441−19|
|Access||(Tokyu-Toyoko Line) Musashi Kosugi station|
|Credit Card||Not accepted|
Access from the Station
Get off at Musashikosugi station (Tokyu-Toyoko line) and head towars south exit. Keep walking until you reached the corner of the street then cross towards Public House then turn right. You’ll see a passage going to the main road and just keep walking until you arrived at end of it. Lastly, turn right and with just a few steps, you’ll find the place.
The place is conveniently located along the main road and it is just about 4 to 5 minutes away from the station (on foot). Although the outer view isn’t new, it is still properly maintained.
I think this place is well organized with some decorative recessed ceiling lights. I also love the fact that this place seemed quite so it’s even more relaxing.
Deep-fried Chicken with Garlic sauce for ¥890.
This is one of the restaurant’s recommended menu and I’d say it really did taste so good! As the restaurant is famously known for its Katsu menu options, I suggest you’d try this one.
Tonkatsu Set Meal for ¥790.
Miso soup, baked tofu with scallion and soy sauce, rice, thinly sliced cabbage, and tonkatsu.
The crunchiness of their deep-fried breaded pork is amazing! The good news is it’s very easy to chew plus it gets juicer on the latter part.
Tamagoyaki (Japanese Rolled Omelette) for ¥180.
Their rolled omelette has a fine taste with a little creaminess inside.
The orders were served for 5 to 10 minutes. All of the staff are very accommodating and responsive to customer’s requests. Good ethics!
This restaurant welcomes all types of customers, solo, families, group of friends and couples.
Rice and Tea section
If you want to have their hot tea, just press and hold the bigger yellow button as pointed by an arrow right above it. I had to ask for the staff to help me out on which one to press just to be safe because I can’t read Japanese symbols (the struggle is real!). lol!