Oyako don in Tokyo?
I'm looking for great oyako don for lunch. Is Tamahide the best place to go for that? Or is it over rated?
Any advice will be appreciated. Thanks!
Tamahide is the place where, some 220 years ago, oyakodon originated. They haven't stayed in business since then serving bad food. There is always a line for lunch, but if you get there before 11:30 the wait should not be too bad. Saturdays and other days when lots f tourists visit Ningyocho will be more crowded, especially days when people come to visit our most famous shrine, Suitengu (meaning dog days, or, in Japanese, inu-no-hi).