田舎庵(Inakaan) in Fukuoka
Two-layer Eel Don (charcoal-broiled eel rice bowl) (3,300 yen)
*The set includes eel liver soup and pickles…
While the outside of broiled eel was crispy and sweet, the inside was moist and fluffy.
The strong aroma of charcoal made me feel good.
I visited Inakaan, a restaurant selected as a Big Gourmand by Micheline, at lunch.
Charcoal-broiled on the second layer
The eel skin soaked the sauce well had a firm texture and I fully enjoyed the combination of the eel’s soft and chewy texture and its pleasant sweetness and umami.
I felt like eating two types of charcoal-broiled eel. Very happy!
Eel liver soup
The clear, lightly-seasoned soup had a gentle charcoal aroma.
The eel liver had a crunchy texture and its charcoal aroma spread through my mouth right after I bit it. Feel good!
The pickled radish, carrot, and Chinese cabbage had a refreshing sourness and gentle saltiness.
I enjoyed umami out of each ingredient.
I took off my shoes and was seated at a table on the tatami (Japanese-style) floor.
I was relaxed and enjoyed the meal at the clean, bright Japanese-style room.
The restaurant’s exterior
The restaurant’s exterior was a nostalgic, Japanese-style.
・Treat your business partner
・Have a meeting with families and relatives
・Have a date with your gourmet girlfriend
Address: 1-1-13 Kajimachi, Kokurakita-ku, Kitakyushu-shi, Fukuoka↓