History of Tokyo Chikuyotei

A favorite among both writers and artists is the Edo-style eel served at Chikuyotei, a classic eel restaurant which first opened at the end of the Edo era. Top quality eels are sliced open from the back and broiled once, steamed, and dipped into a secret sauce before a final broiling. This “Edo-style” eels specialty of Chikuyotei, as are other Japanese dishes like fresh sea bream and rice served green tea.

History of Tokyo Chikuyotei

A favorite among both writers and artists is the Edo-style eel served at Chikuyotei, a classic eel restaurant which first opened at the end of the Edo era. Top quality eels are sliced open from the back and broiled once, steamed, and dipped into a secret sauce before a final broiling. This “Edo-style” eels specialty of Chikuyotei, as are other Japanese dishes like fresh sea bream and rice served green tea.

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2018/11/1 | Update seasonable full course in November