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Fresh offal cooked in miso sauce Downtown standing bar

This standing bar, much-loved for over half a century, is located near Meitetsu Horita station. Their doteyaki (beef sinew stewed in miso and mirin) is soft and springy. It is made with offal freshly prepared each morning and cooked in a miso sauce. The sauce recipe has been passed down since the bar was founded. As well as customers dropping in for a drink, many locals stop by for take out.

FOOD OVERVIEW

Location : 〒467-0827
1-23, Shimosaka-cho, Mizuho-ku, Nagoya
Fee : Large bottle of Asahi Super Dry ¥600, Cup of Seikyo rice wine ¥500, doteyaki (beef sinew stewed in miso and mirin) ¥90, kushikatsu (deep fried skewers) ¥90, tonyaki (fried pork) ¥90, negima (spring onions and tuna) ¥130, negima-fry (deep fried spring onions and tuna) ¥160
Opening
days / hours
: 17:30 to 22:00
Parking : None
Holidays : Closure days, not regularly closed on public holidays
Phone
number
: 052-881-5529
Seats : 37 seats

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    A 7-minute walk from Meitetsu Horita station

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