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  • Last weekend Daisuke and I visited a popular restaurant in Hirado

  • calledTokisatothat specialises in Japanese Donburi.

  • If this is the first time your hearing the wordDonburi”, then youve definitely been missing out.

  • Donburi, literally meaningbowlis a JapaneseRice Bowl Dish”.

  • There are many kinds of Donburi dishes, differing in their toppings.

  • Some of the most popular dishes include

  • Oyakodon (mother and child donburi), usually made with chicken and egg.

  • Katsudon (Pork Cutlet Donburi),

  • Kaisendon (Seafood Donburi),

  • Gyudon (Beef Donburi),

  • Tendon (Tempura Donburi)

  • and Unadon (Eel Donburi).

  • No matter which one you choose, you are bound to have a delightful eating experience.

  • I'm going to get Katsudon.

  • Katsudon?

  • Yes, Katsudon.

  • Katsudon.

  • I'm going to eat Katsudon.

  • You will order Gyudon?

  • Yes.

  • Hirado Gyudon?

  • Yep!

  • OK. With a set?

  • Yeah, i can get a set.

  • When the meals arrived they were hot and steamy.

  • And looked absolutely delicious.

  • The Hirado Gyudon beef was so tender and had a very hearty flavour that went well with the egg and onion.

  • Daisuke’s katsudon was soft and moist and the mix flavour was outstanding.

  • A very delicious meal.

  • We also had the choice of two different accompanying soups

  • I went for Tonjiru which is a kind of Miso soup with pork and vegetables.

  • And Daiskue went for osuimono a clear broth with fish

  • We also received some Tsukemono, Japanese pickled vegetables with our dishes.

  • This also came with a wasabi and yuzu sauce, which really packed a punch.

  • If you ever get the chance i definitely recommend checking out a 'Donburi ' restaurant.

Last weekend Daisuke and I visited a popular restaurant in Hirado

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Japanese Donburi // emilylouisemaitland ♡

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    Yummy Japan posted on 2015/10/30
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