Eat avocado sushi and cashew sushi here, very distinctive, like this characteristic restaurant.
It's a very small shop, with a bar as the boundary. Inside is an operating table filled with white wine and kitchen utensils, two large rice cookers and a frying area wrapped in foil to prevent oil splashing. There are only four small tables and four counter seats in the guest seats. In front of the bar are photos of Mount Fuji and the chef's family, and the wall directly opposite is covered with cute A4 blank paper, listing the menu.
Seriously, this is only for a staple food. But it is the best gyudon I have ever eaten in London. Unlike the past beef slices, the beef is more like the softness of braised pork rice. There will be no biting problems. The eggs and onions are also very sweet. The rice is soaked in a lot of soup. It feels like eating chazuke and then served with canned Japanese beef.
The shortcomings and advantages are obvious. The human touch of home cooking, the respect for the simple ingredients and details, the proper cooking, the relaxed atmosphere and the comfort of not having to worry about leaving on time.
Opposite Thapae Gate, the avocado sushi inside is well made. It is a vegetable restaurant. I didn't know at first. The dishes that came up were all vegetables, but the taste was good. You can see the ancient city inside the restaurant.
Although it is a vegetarian restaurant, the chef really has the power to cook simple ingredients and make it very delicious. It is an unforgettable dining experience. There is a noodle and many customers are ordering.
Vietnam rice pip spring roll. Green papaya salad...
The location is in the small alley opposite to Chiang Mai Gate. You need to be careful to find it. I was misunderstood by the Thapae Gate on the second floor in the comments of others. After looking for it for a long time yesterday, I couldn't find it! Personally think it tastes great. The environment is also very comfortable.