I ate Matsuya's seasonal menu "Beef hamburger steak with tomato fondue sauce". The 200g putty was a solid volume.
A dish of baked pate containing rough beef, onions, bread crumbs, seasonings, and spices, and then sprinkled with tomato fondue sauce with plenty of onions. The price changes depending on the topping, but this time I chose fried egg. It was 850 yen (tax included), which is 60 yen higher than usual.
The set meal that arrived has a strong presence of the main dish in the deep plate. The fried egg and tomato fondue sauce completely hide the putty, but when you remove them, a large lump appears.
When you put a spoon in it, the minced meat is well kneaded, giving it a firm and dense texture. Cut it as if it were scooped out, sprinkle as much sauce as possible, and entangle the egg yolk and carry it to your mouth. Indeed, the onion flavor is quite strong.
It's very satisfying to eat with rice, but since there is a lot of meat, it may be better to ask for a large serving of rice.
Eat rice and hamburger steak alternately with good rhythm, and while tasting salad and miso soup to make it refreshing, by the time you finish eating, your head will be full.
The menu seems more suitable for dinner than lunch, but when I visited the restaurant at noon, not only men but also women ordered it, and some people chose not only fried eggs but also cheese toppings, so I like Matsuya's hamburger. The thickness of the layer was re-recognized.