Can I get a Monkfish dinner anywhere in Japan?
I would be particularly interested in trying a dinner all centered around the same fish, perhaps a monkfish like A Bourdain got at Morimoto. Is this possible anywhere? Or it's just for tv stunts?
Thanks for your help!
Although I have never been, some of my very Edokko friends recommend Isegen
(http://www.isegen.com/) in Kanda (very close to Kanda Yabu Soba) for Anko (monkfish). It is a very traditional shop, in a pre-war building, and perhaps the most famous for anko in Tokyo. Look for the whole fish displayed in front of the restaurant.
Hi guys, do you have in mind any place that does a more modern take on an Anko dinner than Isegen? No offence for Isegen, which looks great, but I would be more curious on an original take on this concept.