Hi! I'm a Filipina married to a Japanese and speaking Niponggo all through the day and I'm afraid I'm losing my English(although I'm not fluent at both languages) that's why I started my on-line diary/photo blog for practice.I'll be grateful if you'll let me know my mistakes.
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---Gyutan Sumi yaki, a thick cut of grilled beef tongue cooked over charcoal grill--- We celebrated Haruka's birthday during the day at Sendai, one of our favorite place to go with, a 3 hours drive from our place. Sendai is famous with Gyutan ( beef tongue ) and greasy tonkotsu shoyu ramen but this time we went to Rikyu, well-known restaurant in Sendai. They serve a variety of gyutan dishes and gyutan set meals and domburi varieties, too. If you visit Miyagi Sendai, Japan, you must have a taste of Gyutan which is very popular dish there. Kinda pricey but remember, it is Sendai's most famous delicacies and original and it tastes really good! The thicker cuts of Rikyu Gyutan Sumi yaki 牛タン定食(photo above ) comes with a bowl of rice, Japanese Oxtail Soup and a fab veggie salad, one serving for 1,200 yen. The cut is thick and juicy! ---手ごねハンバーグ定食Gyutan Hamburger Steak set for 1,000 yen------牛タンカレー定食、Gyutan Curry set, accompanied with Japanese Oxtail Soup and Veggie salad for 900 yen--- A Food Trip entry for
For Food trippers join us here. Chibugan na!!! \(^0^)/
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