For some reason, I started to miss it and decided to walk 10-15mins for my old-good-days food.
Since it was very cold that day, I settled on nabeyaki. All the udon comes with “kayaku gohan”, which is rice cooked with soy sauce, and “donburi” that is something on the top of rice serves with a small bowl of udon soup.
At that time, they ran out of kayaku gohan. So they cut 100yen from the original price for me. While most of udon was 500-600 yen, nabeyaki costs 950 yen. I guess it’s because they use the pot to cook and it’s more troublesome.
The portion was big enough even for a guy. There are an egg, “aburaage”, veggies, “kamaboko” (fish sausage) and more cooked with udon. What I like the best about this udon is that the pot can keep the food warm until you finish eating!
It filled my hungry and cold stomach with warm satisfaction.