There is only one menu, "Best Beef Here Cutlet Sandwich". Introducing "Shinsekai Grill Bon", a Ginza cutlet sandwich specialty store where you can eat in and To go.
Ginza New World Grill BonShinsegae Grill Bon, a long-established Western-style restaurant in Naniwa-ku, Osaka. The Ginza store was opened as a store that sells only the popular menu "Best Beef Here Cutlet Sandwich" (there are also Dojima store and Shin-Osaka store). The unfamiliar "here cutlet" is a fin cutlet. It seems that it uses the Osaka-style name.
The Ginza store is located about a 3-minute walk from Higashi-Ginza Station. The shop is a small building with 7 seats at the counter.
The food menu is only "best beef here cutlet sandwich". You can choose from two sizes, half size (1,100 yen) and one person (2,200 yen). Drinks include coffee and tea, draft beer, glass wine, and shochu.
From 11:00 to 15:00, the lunch menu includes mini salad, pickles, and drinks at the same price. This time I ordered this.
Best beef here cutlet sandwichCutlet sandwich made in front of you after ordering. It is provided by pinching and cutting it into a size that is easy to eat. Half size is 6 pieces.
At first glance, the thickness of the meat is amazing! It overwhelms bread and clothes. The flesh color that leaves the redness of medium rare is beautiful.
Even if you say it, it's full of flesh. The sweet and rich sauce soaked in the batter enhances the taste of the meat. I think that cutlet sandwiches often end up with the taste of sauce, but meat is the main character here!
However, bread also has a strong presence. It is pressed tightly, but the original thickness is equivalent to cutting 8 sheets. Lightly roasted, the surface is fragrant, and the inside has a chewy texture that gently wraps the taste of meat and sauce.
Therefore, there is more volume than the impression of a quick look! Half size is enough to fill you up. However, the meat is low in fat and the bread is not coated with butter or mayonnaise, so it doesn't have the weight you would imagine when you hear it as cutlet sandwich.
I'm glad that you can To go even if the eat-in is crowded (but be careful as it will end as soon as the bread runs out). It is a dish that is sure to be appreciated as a souvenir from Ginza.