Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Beef and Rice and Everything Nice

Last night after rocking the gym with Zishan we both grabbed some quick dinner before splitting ways. I opted for a place I don't think I've ever been to before. It's called Sukiya, and it's a chain that primarily sells gyudon. Gyudon is really simple. It's just cooked beef and onions served over a bowl of rice. Wikipedia says the beef and onion mix is "simmered in a mildly sweet sauce flavored with soy sauce and mirin". Can't argue with that.


In Japanese restaurants it is really common to find a little button on the table. This serves to call someone to take your order. Its not such a bad idea really. This way I always get just the right amount of time to look over the menu. The food came laughably fast. A good portion of the menu involves meat on rice, so they probably have one cauldron of each ready at all times.


I went for the three cheese version, which probably isn't the way the emperor eats it, but it's pretty darn good.


I thought the little privacy curtains were funny.




This little gem is a clip from an 80's Wendy's training video that breaks down burgers with a funky beat. "Don't wait too long I emphasize, or the meat won't reach the proper size."

2 comments:

  1. Dude! I just wrote about the magicalness of Sukiya on my blog lol It's my favorite of the gyudon chains. haha let me know what you think of my gyudon reviews! sweet blog by the way

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  2. I've had a few mini-adventures recently. I am planning for another visit with my friend Rikhi..Lately I came across a great offer by Accor group. Their new Asia Pacific “City Super Sale” offer may help you to get discount up to 60%! You can check out for more details at http://tinyurl.com/n5lnku

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