I ate Matsuya's seasonal menu "Twice-cooked meat set meal". The menu is made by adding cabbage, carrots, onions, etc. to pork and stir-frying with spicy miso sauce, and you can get plenty of meat and vegetables.
The price is 650 yen (tax included). You can choose either a soft-boiled egg or kimchi as a small bowl, but this time we will use a soft-boiled egg.
The time from ordering to coming out is longer than that of beef bowl, probably because it takes a little time to cook. If you wait while hungry, a voluminous set will appear. The main dish, Twice-cooked meat, is generous. There are many layers of crispy and crunchy cabbage on the platter, with a lot of soft pork slices sandwiched between them. The spicy miso sauce has a Chinese flavor, and sweet carrots and onions are also good accents.
You can eat the soft-boiled egg in a small bowl as it is, but if you cut it into the pot meat, the texture will be mellow. Twice-cooked meat is fun even if you put it on rice and make it like a bowl.
It's hot, spicy and salty, and after all it's flattened, you'll want to refill with a few glasses of cold water. The amount of rice is quite satisfactory even if it is served in a regular serving, but the taste of the twice-cooked meat is strong and bulky, so even if it is served in a large serving, the side dishes will not run out. If you are confident, you can try it during the big free campaign until July 2nd.