This is a very famous restaurant which sells Unadon (grilled eel over rice). The comments on Google Maps is extremely different. The one-star users complain about the high price and bad service. Especially for the requirements about No food from other places and each person needs to order one dish. The five-star users praise about the good food.
I took the Keihan Main Line to the Station Fushimi Inari from Toba kaidō, where I walked from Komyoin. On the way from the station to Fushimi Inari-taisha, I smell the fragrance from the grilled eel. Since it's just around 11 o'clock, there are no much people. I decided to have my lunch here.
The menu looks old, and I remembered many people just order the special set combine the udon and unadon. So I ordered it for ¥ 2,100.
It's very Japanese style with some messages from the owner. I guess maybe the owner also knows too many people complain about No food from other places and each person need to order one dish at least, so he highlight these requests in English, Japanese and Mandarin.
There is another thing that it's kind of unusual in a Japanese restaurant, the waiter/waitress may ask you to sit with with strangers if you're alone or with 2 persons because they only have tables for four people.
The pickled radish. In Taiwan, we slice it to eat with braised pork on rice.
The unadon is so delicious which I never have before. General speaking, the taste of the soy sauce on unadon always covers the flavor of the eel itself. This is the only exception. I can still smell and taste the flavor of the eel, and the eel is still chewy. It's so ~ good. What a pity it only has one small piece.