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Meijiken in Shinsaibashi

Meijiken in Shinsaibashi

Founded 90 years ago, this long-established Western food restaurant is known for its "omu-rice" omelet rice and "kushikatsu" deep-fried cutlets on skewers.

For today’s lunch I went to the Western food restaurant “Meijiken” that is in Shinsaibashi.
It has been a while since I went to this long-established Western food restaurant in Shinsaibashi that is well-known and well-loved!
While it has the usual Western food menu, if you are talking about Meijiken then you have to order this!
“Omu-rice and three kushikatsu set” (¥980)
This combination platter with the omu-rice and kushikatsu is the restaurant’s specialty, and I hear that it is a menu item that has not changed since the place was founded!

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When you cut the omu-rice, it is full of ketchup rice that is hidden inside!

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(゚Д゚)Yummy!(゚Д゚)Yummy!

The fluffy egg, the pleasant sourness of the demi-glace sauce, and the sweetness of the ketchup rice are a splendid combination and taste delicious!

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Kushikatsu…

(゚Д゚)Yummy!(゚Д゚)Yummy!

The tender meat goes well with the refreshing flavor of the citrus-based “ponzu” vinegar sauce!

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While there are various items on the menu, over half of the customers in the restaurant are eating omu-rice and kushikatsu.
While the restaurant is completely packed with customers, the unique atmosphere of the place is soothing.
I would like for the flavor of this famous restaurant to continue to be handed down for a long time to come.(^^

Information

store Meijiken
tel 06-6271-6761
address 1-5-32, Shinsaibashisuji, Chuo-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka
Google Map
transport 252m from Shinsaibashi Station
opening hours [Mon.-Fri.] 11:00~16:00 , 17:00~22:00 [Sat.-Sun. and National holidays] 11:00~22:00
holiday Wednesdays (Thursday, if Wednesday falls on a national holiday)
http://emunoranchi.com/17090
Original(Written in Japanese)

Author

M-saburo
M-saburo

Trying out foods for 20 years. In pursuit of "good value", "bargain price", and "make you happy" lunch, has tried about 10,000 shops. Opened a blog, "M's lunch", in May 2005. On average the blog gets 70,000 daily views. Published "M's lunch: Kansai's BEST 100" by Kodansha in 2009. With the theme of "The charismatic blogger speaks: What do trending shops have in common?", has lectured many times at the local chamber of commerce. Regularly appears in Kansai TV's program "Yo-i Don!", and presents "Good Value Lunch".

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