This popular spot is known for its “ebi-fry”, freshly deep-fried prawns, made with natural ingredients. Another item that is an absolute must here is the Ebidote Kushi, the namesake behind the restaurant that features skewers in a special house hatcho miso sauce.
One special item here is the 35cm, jumbo-sized fried prawn made with natural ingredients. Your disposable chopsticks packaging even include a ruler you can use to measure all 35cm. The deep-fried prawns are plump and cooked to perfection with a crispy outer crust made with homemade panko breading. It pairs perfectly with the tartar sauce made by mashing up an egg. You’ll never forget the sight of the Tokudai Ebi Tower Don, a mile-high dish with 3 deep fried prawns towering in all of their glory.
The Tenshukaku Mori is a favorite among travelers who come to visit, modeled after the castle tower of Nagoya Castle, stacked high with 15 small-sized 12cm fried prawns.
Known for the 35cm jumbo-sized, fresh fried prawn.
You have to start with the Ebidote Kushi, a prawn skewer made for dipping in the special Hatcho Miso sauce.
The Tenshukaku Mori, piled high like the tower of Nagoya Castle is a perfect way to commemorate your trip.