Tokyo Shibuya | Motomura Gyukatsu
(Probably) Motomura Gyukatsu is the best restaurant in Tokyo. Pork cutlet is deep-fried pork, kokatsu is deep-fried beef-
I went to Japan twice in December and went to Motomura Gyukatsu three times. I went to the Motomura Gyukatsu main store in Shibuya and the branch near Shinjuku Toho Cinema, and I was very lucky. So I collected them all at once and posted them.
Motomura Gyukatsu Shibuya Main Store
It was dinner time, and they said the line was much shorter than usual. Still, the wait was long… the taste of the gyukatsu I ate after waiting for about 4-50 minutes was heaven.
I feel like I've tried this kind of food for the first time in my life. For me who loves wasabi, Motomura's gyukatsu was even more of a taste sniper. The meat is also in very good condition- Satisfaction â â â â â
I wanted to go to Korea with all the staff here.
Motomura Gyukatsu Shinjuku Store
There are also two Motomura stores in Shinjuku. This wasn't the place I had looked for in advance, but I was on my way to the hostel with my suitcase, so I stopped by because I was hungry.
I tried a double and a basic one, so I shared 1.5 with my friend. There was no waiting line.
Up until this point, I had no doubts.
Even when it was fried, there was something that wasn't well angled, and above all, it was an oily part, so I really felt it. Me and my friend both did that, and they made a joke about whether we were being racially discriminated against, but I was serious. I gave my friend a rave review saying Motomura was delicious. You can't do this, but…
Maybe this is an imitation of Motomura Gyukatsu, I've looked all over the place, but it's the same store… If I had eaten gyukatsu for the first time here, I would have received rave reviews. As harsh as the weather these days.
I finally decided to stop by the Shibuya branch on the last day.
Back to the Shibuya main store. I waited for a little over an hour and a half.
I had to give up a few times, but I put up with it!
The staff told them that there was a branch nearby, but they thought of a nightmare at the Shinjuku branch, so they decided to eat here.
Here it is.. Cocotaveru… Absolutely… only main store..
The main branch of Motomura Gyukatsu Shibuya is very small. There's no separate table, only dachi-style seats like this, but those are also around 10 seats? Anyway, it's narrow.
As a result, the table doesn't rotate well, and the waiting time seems to be getting longer.
No. 1 beef cutlet 130g ï¿¥1,300
No. 3 beef cutlet 260g (double, no yam) ï¿¥2,100
Today, too, I ordered a double and a normal one, so I ate 1.5 pieces each. Definitely less than one. Even if I have a short mouth, the amount is small!
yam=mine, but it's best not to let them do it unless you're a person who particularly likes horses. They say they eat it by sprinkling it on rice, but the last time my friend ate it, it didn't respond well.
By the way, Motomura Gyukatsu only accepts cash payments.
It's in better condition than the Shinjuku store, but it wasn't as perfect as when I first arrived.
There seems to be some good fortune or bad luck. Isn't it necessary to make tenderloin/sirloin just non-greasy parts like pork cutlet…
Still, it was delicious.
The sauce that comes with it is also good, and even the cabbage salad and potato salad that are sprinkled with basic pork cutlet sauce are delicious.
There is an additional charge for refilling cabbage or potato salad, and rice can only be refilled once.
My friend's beef cutlet was of high quality
I was envious
Red inner skin
That deep-fried chicken condition..
Eventually, I took my friend's one and ate it.
Did you take both BEST/WORST of Motomura Gyukatsu, which you can compare at a glance, in Deca?
Tokyo Shibuya | Motomura Gyukatsu
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If my first visit was my last visit, of course I would have given you five stars, but my satisfaction dropped from subsequent visits, so I dropped one star. Motomura gyukatsu is definitely delicious. When the sweet fat content is low.
Maybe it's a difference in taste. There may be people who like fatty cuts of beef… Anyway, my friend and I liked deep-fried lean meat. Eating gyukatsu in Shinjuku felt like chewing on a scaffold.
They also sell a lot of gyukatsu in Korea, so please recommend some delicious restaurants! Let me eat it instead-
â² Tokyo Shibuya/Shinjuku Motomura Gyukatsu menu and price information (menu version)