If you’re going to visit Tokyo, you’ll stop by Tokyo Station ( 東京駅 ) sooner or later. The station is the busiest in terms of trains per day (3,000), and so how do you take advantage of all the foot traffic? Well, with a bunch of restaurants and shopping of course!
As I entered the station for the first time, my cousin and I walked through the maze-like tunnels and hallways lined with restaurants, coffee, bars, and shopping. It was lunch time and I had planned to find food here – problem was I didn’t know which restaurant to choose.
Eventually, I noticed a line of people outside a restaurant tucked around a corridor with the words “GranRoof” across the top and told my cousin to just get in line. If there’s a line it must be worth it right?! Thus, we arrived at みそかつ 矢場とん, Misokatsu Yabaton.
As we waited in line, we were handed an English menu.
We went with the half and half Waraji Tonkatsu: half in their special red soybean miso sauce and the other half in worcestershire sauce. The other dish we chose was a regular pork fillet cut.
The red bean miso sauce is one of their signature sauces, and I would recommend any first timers to get it!
Once we finished with lunch, we continued the day by heading towards Asakusa 浅草.
みそかつ 矢場とん – Misokatsu Yabaton: http://www.english.yabaton.com/
For a complete map of all locations featured in this blog, please follow this link: The Grand Appétit Map