Just like the name says, Eel House does pretty much one thing, eel. You can choose between classic, tossed or in soup; you can choose if you want a wasabi-based sauce or a sweet soy, but no matter what you choose, you’re choosing eel.
The classic set is RMB185 for a full portion or RMB95 for a half, served alongside homemade pickles and miso soup. The real bonus here is the sweet, sticky eel sauce, which you serve yourself in any quantity you feel. Clearly, we doused our rice in Japan’s classier alternative to American BBQ sauce – made with mirin, soy sauce, sugar and sake – resulting a succulent bite that makes us understand why eel is considered a powerful aphrodisiac.
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