After eating at Yabaton, my cousin and I spent the rest of the afternoon in Asakusa to see Senso-ji Temple and check out the traditional shops and attractions. We did a pit stop at a coffee shop by the river around Kuritsu Sumida Park. Feeling re-energized, we ended the night by crossing the river and walked towards Tokyo Skytree.
On the way back to the hotel, we were pretty tired but wanted to find a supermarket to get some snacks. I was hungry, and found a curry shop at the corner of an intersection right before Ginza. While my cousin waited, I went up to Dew Curry Shop, and proceeded to look through the menu placed right outside.
How it works is that you just select what toppings and meat you want in your curry, and you tell the guy. I ordered a curry with a poached egg and the sirloin cutlet. Quite simple and fast! I gave my order at the window instead of going inside to sit and eat. Indoors was very small, providing enough seats for about 7 – 8 people.
After a short wait, my curry was ready!
Simple yet delicious. The grumbles in my stomach disappeared as I devoured this meal. The curry was nothing special to be quite honest. It tasted like curry I could make in the U.S. However, it was yummy, service was quick, easy to order, and convenient!
咖哩屋 でゆ – Dew Curry House: https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1301/A130103/13109060/
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