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
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|