Yayoi Ken

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As always when M and I meet, we have something to eat… and last night we went to very reasonable priced Japanese restaurant called Yayoi Ken. It is chain restaurant so you will be able to find this place everywhere.  In this restaurant, they provide food that is similar to home cooked meals. There are meals with fish and meat. Pork cutlet, fried prawns, grilled fish, Japanese flavored Chinese food…. and it looked like some of the menu seasonally.

Even though we went there at dinner time, all the meals were less than 1000 yen with miso soup and all-you can eat rice.  M told me it is popular among men because you can eat as much rice as possible but store is friendly to all people of all age. Menu is appropriate for any age and food was really good! If you do not konw what to get, try eating Miso Katsu because that’s M’s favorite. I tried it and it was super great!

やよい軒

http://www.yayoiken.com

 

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