I tried "Oyster Tsukushi Egg Ankake" with Marugame Seimen. It is a very luxurious cup with 7 large shavings.
The price is 690 yen (tax included). A menu that combines oysters and egg ankake with Marugame Seimen's proud chewy udon noodles. It contains 7 oysters with a crisp texture and raw white onions, which are covered with hot egg ankake from above. By putting in a moderate amount of heat, it gives a moderately savory and flavorful taste. It seems that you can add shichimi and tenkasu if you like, but this time I decided to eat it as it is.
When I was watching the cooking process, I was immersing my scrapes in hot oil for a moment. Probably because of that, it has a high fragrance like roasted meat, and the body is firm.
If you take one grain with chopsticks and eat it, the scent of the rocky shore will spread throughout your mouth. Every time you crush the tightly packed shavings with your teeth, the juice will come out and melt with the gentle umami of the ankake.
Next, when you squeeze the udon noodles and entangle them with red bean paste, you will find the scent of oysters and the taste is delicious. The white onion is soft while leaving a crispy texture, and the taste as a flavored vegetable is exquisite as it slowly exudes to the ankake. You can enjoy a complex taste by chewing with oysters.
Whether you eat or eat oysters containing 7 grains, you can rest assured that they will appear in the bowl when you search with chopsticks. The rich taste continues until all the udon is flattened. If you like oysters but don't get tired of oyster fry, this is the place to go.