Saturday, June 10, 2017


Location: Kanin

Rating: OK
Meal: Dinner for 2
Price: 2450 yen
Payment: Cash only
Dishes: Tamago, pork and kimchi, fried rice, small bowl of rice, some kind of pork/egg/mushroom/pork dish
English Menu: No
Smoking: Yes

So with my son back in town on summer vacation we've started going out on Wednesday nights to find a new spot to eat at.  This time it was a new Chinese location (his favorite) that I recently found out about.  Kanin is a small, izakayaish Japanese Chinese restaurant located in a tunnel/alleyway near Chuo station.  It was a bit smokey, so be warned.

Tamago...there was more but I forgot to take a picture

My son got his usual fried rice, and opted for some tamago (sweet egg omelette thing).  I ordered some pork and kimchi and a small bowl of rice, which when it turned up was tiny.  So I pointed something on the wall with pork and egg in it.  The resulting dish was pretty good.

Pork kimchi and rice

There were some rather loud and slightly inebriated customers commenting on the new story that was blaring on the TV (overtop of music playing in the background) so a quiet experience it was not.  Near the end another already drunk older guy came in and began pestering us, so we made a quick exit.

Pretty standard fried rice

The food was just ok, not terrible though.

Pork, egg, mushroom dish, pretty good actually

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