I ate "Shellfish soup and Shimahokke set meal " at the set meal restaurant "Yayoiken". The highlights are the umami-rich shell juice and the greasy Shimahokke. Furthermore, it is a gorgeous set meal with "Toriten" that is between fried chicken and tempura.
The selling price is 890 yen (tax included). You can choose pork soup or shellfish soup, but this time I chose the latter. You can enjoy the rich umami and miso flavor that comes out of plenty of clams.
The clams filled with shell juice are gorgeous. The body is chewy and chewy, and every time you chew, the umami overflows in your mouth. However, the soup may be better than the clams themselves in terms of the richness of the shellfish flavor.
There is plenty of shellfish flavor throughout, and when you put your mouth in the bowl, it seems as if the taste is filled with shellfish. When you boil the clams, a thick dashi stock appears in the shell, but it gives the impression that the miso soup has that taste.
Shimahokke is supposed to be baked after receiving an order, and the fat-laden fillets will appear in a brown and cooked state. You can enjoy the umami of fish, the refreshingness of radish, and the flavor of soy sauce at the same time by sprinkling soy sauce on the attached grated radish, then tearing the fillet with chopsticks and simmering it together. A perfect companion for rice. This alone is enough for a side dish.
Toriten is a local dish of Oita that is battered chicken thighs seasoned with soy sauce, garlic, and ginger and fried crispy. It tastes like something between fried chicken and tempura. For details, please refer to the article "Toriten Set Meal " that was reviewed earlier. Since it is covered with ponzu sauce, you can eat "Oita-ryu" by adding mustard to your taste.
Toriten comes with 2 pieces, but 1 piece and 1 piece are big and delicious. Yayoiken is free to refill white rice, so you can eat one cup each at Shimahokke and Toriten.