"Soup Curry of surimi dumplings from Goto, Nagasaki Prefecture" will be released from Soup Stock Tokyo. A new menu that uses "unused fish". It will be available for a limited time from October 10th to 22nd. The selling price is 649 yen (tax included, same below) for eat-in of regular cup separately, and 637 yen for To go.
Surimi dumpling soup curry from Goto, Nagasaki Prefecture
A soup curry featuring dumplings made from minced fish from the Goto archipelago in Nagasaki prefecture. The quail eggs, fried eggplants, young corn, and other thick ingredients are used to make the food more satisfying. You can also enjoy the texture of bite-sized cabbage and lotus root. The spices bring out the flavor of the fish, giving it a light yet rich taste.
Another feature is that "unused fish" is used as the material. Unused fish are fish that are not distributed due to insufficient landing or less than the specified size, or fish that are not found to be edible in the first place and are not actively caught from the sea. This time, the cooks of Soup Stock Tokyo repeated trial and error, and the surimi was made into dumplings and cooked at the store, so that the unused fish "Nizadai" and the dashi stock of the flying fish exude into the soup and were devised to be delicious. I did.
As a general rule, soup curry made from surimi dumplings from Goto, Nagasaki Prefecture is sold at restaurants in Soup Stock Tokyo, with some exceptions. "Nakameguro store" and "LUMINE Kitasenju store" are excluded.