Seri (Japanese parsley) has a crunchy texture.
I could devour it because its clear soup had a light dashi (Japanese-style broth) flavor. Yummy!
I went to the Itsshin to have Japanese dishes.
The beef tendon melted in my mouth. Very good!
The mixed ohitashi (boiled vegetables drizzling some seasonings over it) included komatsuna (Japanese mustard spinach), yukina savoy, spinach, and bak choy.
That made me feel good!
Anago’s meat was fluffy and its umami (rich taste) enhanced as I bit more.
It helped heal my drunken upset stomach.
At Itsshin, rice was simmered in simple dashi broth, served with salted takana pickles and dried seaweed on top.
It had a pleasant sea flavor.
Itsshin is a restaurant offering lightly-seasoned dishes with gentle flavors.
These dishes are good not only for your health but also for your mind!
Address: B1F 3-3-1 Kokubu-cho, Aoba-ku, Sendai-shi, Miyagi