Ningyocho: Yoshoku
Raifukutei (Ningyocho: Yoshoku)
Open 11:30am-2, 5-9pm. Closed weekends.

This charming, tiny local shop is famous for their classic yoshoku dishes like hayashi rice, omelettes and katsudon. The hayashi rice (Y750) is quite straightforward - mostly just rich sauce with small bits of beef and onions for flavor, no fancy heirloom-breed wagyu or French-style sauces here. The menu also offers meatier options like sauteed pork and sauteed chicken, as well as curry rice and menchi katsu (deep-fried minced meat patties).

Chuo-ku, Nihonbashi Ningyocho 1-17-10.
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