I tried Tendon Tenya's limited-time menu "Pork Kakuni Tendon". The crispy tempura batter contains fluffy and tender pork. It has a rich taste, and the umami is enhanced by adding spices such as chopped green onions and mustard.
The price is 790 yen (tax included). In addition to sweet and spicy kakuni, it contains soft-boiled eggs, kakiage of honrensou, lotus root, and maitake mushrooms. It is said that it is the third revival in a year, and it seems that it is popular.
Kakuni has two large chunks, both of which are crispy on the outside, but when you break the inside with chopsticks, the juice is plentiful. You can eat it as it is, but if you put the mustard and chopped green onions on it and bring it to your mouth, the spicy flavor will be combined and you will feel the taste of pork even more.
Contains one-half soft-boiled egg. It is interesting to see the thick yolk in the batter in the form of being divided in half. By the way, there are so many condiments mustard and green onions that you can't use them just by dipping them in kakuni, so it goes well with egg tempura.
Kakiage of spinach, which is not so familiar to us, has bright greenery, and the crispy leaves wrapped in batter are pleasant to the touch. Maitake has a crispy texture and lotus root has a crunchy texture. It's full of volume even if it's average, and it's full of stomach, so it's suitable for dinner on the day you want to eat well.