Yabaton 「矢場とん」 at Ginza, Tokyo

Another one of my favourite restaurants in Tokyo, this one specializes in miso-katsu. I always make it a point to visit this restaurant whenever I’m in Tokyo.
The main branch of this restaurant is in Nagoya but I have yet to visit that branch. This branch in Tokyo opened on 8th March 2004.

If you like tonkatsu (deep-fried breaded pork) and miso, you won’t want to miss this! They use a Nagoya-style red miso paste which is sweeter than normal miso.

The window display of the restaurant:

Here’s a look at their Menu

鉄板とんかつ Teppan Tonkatsu with miso-based sauce – this is a deep-fried pork (loin) cutlet which is served with cabbage on a hot plate.

Yumm… this was my dinner – ひれとんかつ Hire Tonkatsu (deep-fried pork fillet cutlet with miso-based sauce) and a side order of 矢場とん汁 Tonjiru (a Japanese soup made with pork and vegetables, flavoured with miso). I have a weakness for ‘tonjiru’ and it’s one of my comfort foods! ^_^

矢場とん (Yabaton) 東京銀座店
東京都中央区銀座4丁目10番14号 (closed on 23rd Feb 2014)

東京都中央区銀座2-11-2 銀座大作ビル (re-opened at new location on 3rd March 2014)

Phone: 03-3546-8810

Opening Hours: 11:00~22:00 (last order 21:30)
Closed: 毎週月曜日(月曜日が祭日の場合翌日) Sundays & public holidays

Getting there:
都営浅草線 東銀座駅 A2出口よりスグ (Subway Asakusa line – Higashi Ginza station – Take the A2 exit and it’s just around the corner)
丸の内線 銀座駅 A6出口より徒歩3分 (Subway Marunouchi line – Ginza station – 3 min walk from exit A6)
JR山手線 有楽町駅 徒歩10分 (JR Yamanote line – Yurakucho station – 10min walk)

東京メトロ 有楽町線 銀座一丁目駅 銀座一丁目駅 11番出口より徒歩一分 (Subway Yurakucho line – Ginza Itchome station – 1 min walk from exit 11)

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