This time we would like to introduce “Wasshin Sosaku Ryori Tsuruhara” located in Gamagori City, Aichi Prefecture.
Gamagori is a place where one can enjoy a variety of delicious foods, including the famous Mikawa Gourmet, Mikawa Beef as well as Mikawa Gourmet, the famous Mexicali.
This time we will report on “Wasshin Sosaku Ryori Tsuruhara,” a gourmet restaurant in Mikawa Bay.
Outline of the restaurant
The restaurant is located in Gamagori City, Aichi Prefecture
This restaurant is located in Gamagori City, Aichi Prefecture.
Gamagori is located between the Kanto and Kansai regions, so many people may not be familiar with it, but it is a popular resort area along the calm waters of Mikawa Bay.
Gamagori is also a gourmet destination where you can enjoy all the seafood of Mikawa Bay. Located right next to Gamagori Station, the restaurant we will be visiting this time is “Wasshin Sosaku Ryori Tsuruhara,” a restaurant with a calm appearance both from the outside and inside.
Access to the restaurant
- Business hours: 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
- Closed: Tuesdays
- Parking: Unknown
- Address: 10-14 Shinmei-cho, Gamagori, Aichi 443-0056
- Store HP
Since this is a restaurant that serves alcoholic beverages, parking is not confirmed.
The menu features a wide variety of recommended dishes, such as throat tuna, kinmei, and other premium fish that are renowned for their delicious taste.
A la carte dishes include local delicacies such as Mexicali and Mikawa beef.
You can enjoy these exquisite Mikawa delicacies with a selection of sake from all over the country.
So let’s start with a toast.
The three appetizers are not only tasty, but also colorful, and I was suddenly filled with anticipation for the dishes to come.
The three kinds of sashimi, which is no way to eat fish by the sea.
Mexicali, also known as “blue-eyed lizardfish,” is a species of deep-sea fish called “Eso. Many of you may not have heard of a single word up to this point, but at any rate, it is a delicious fish that is a local delicacy of Mikawa Bay.
It seems to be eaten as sashimi, but the major way to eat it is tempura or fried. This time, I had it in tempura.
You can eat everything from the bones to the tail and head. This time, it was served with tempura sauce, probably homemade. The care taken by the chef is evident in such casual touches as the tempura sauce.
Although you tend to focus only on seafood, you can also enjoy Mikawa beef, which is a local food of Mikawa. This time, it was grilled on a ceramic plate.
After setting up the dish like a dinner at an inn, it was grilled for about 5 minutes.
The juicy meat was grilled on a ceramic plate, which is a perfect combination of steaming and grilling.
At this point, we switched to sake. Can’t choose just one? Just order a little bit at a time, so we had three different kinds of sake to taste.
The Ise Bay and Mikawa Bay gourmet foods are anago (conger eel). Eels are grilled, but conger eels should be tempura.
The meat is fluffy and fluffy, and you can eat it with the standard sweet sauce or
It can also be served simply with salt. It is a luxury to be able to compare the different types of conger eel.
What is the best grilled fish? If you ask me that question, I will answer like this. It’s not bluefish, nor bluefin tuna, nor any other high-end fish, but “kama”.
I love this local delicacy, which is both delicious and (relatively) inexpensive, as long as the average person is enjoying it.
We switched to sake around here, a fruity sake called “Takihajime” from Mie Prefecture, which has an addictive fruity taste.
We finished off the meal with this motsu nabe, which also appeared with a cassette stove. The pot was filled to overflowing.
After about five minutes of waiting, it was ready to eat. I was truly happy to have eaten it.
That’s all for this article.
Gamagori is a gourmet resort area, but surprisingly, there are not many restaurants that clearly state that they serve local ingredients.
If you want to enjoy local ingredients in a relaxed atmosphere, whether for a date or a drink alone, we recommend this restaurant, so please stop by.