I tried "Sukiyaki set meal" at Yayoiken. Place various ingredients that have been cooked properly in a pot for "one person", and then just put chopsticks on it. The strong sauce has a good taste, and you can't wait to refill the rice.
The price is 890 yen (tax included, the same applies below), and the taste is to wrap the ingredients of beef, Chinese cabbage, green onions, tofu, shirataki noodles, and udon noodles stewed in a generous amount of sauce with the raw eggs that come with it. Miso soup is also included.
For meat lovers, you can order a "special sukiyaki set meal" that doubles the amount of beef for 1,290 yen, but even a regular sukiyaki set meal is quite satisfying.
It is wonderful that Yayoiken's menu for one person is that both yakiniku and hot pot are in a state where you can eat immediately without doing anything. The eggs are out of the shell, the ingredients in the pot are perfectly cooked, and at best you only need to break the disposable chopsticks and stir the yolks and whites.
Beef has an exquisite finish that melts fat in the mouth, and the taste of soy sauce and sugar is familiar, and it is just right for tasting with plenty of beaten eggs. The rice goes on.
The Chinese cabbage and green onions are soft and crumble when chewed, while leaving the shape and texture. This also has a good sauce. After all it is recommended to put eggs well on the cheeks.
Shirataki noodles are tied and can be taken with chopsticks and flattened with a bite. Dashi is inserted between each fiber, and the egg fits well. I feel grateful.
The tofu is also cut into small pieces, and the sauce is soaked in so that it doesn't crumble.
Even though I thought that the udon noodles I put in the shimeji were in the pot from the beginning and I was prepared too much, I was surprised when I tried it because it was chewy. This udon also goes well with eggs.
All the ingredients are wonderfully cooked and have a strong taste, so I can't stop eating rice and I really want to have another one. For those who want to leave themselves to temptation, it is better to choose free white rice for refills, and for those who do not want to be swept away by temptation, it seems better to choose mochi wheat rice without refills.