The entrance to the store is a "folding door" with two doors connected by a hinge. Step inside the store as if you were really on the train.
Beyond that, there was a space that made us feel the history of both the tram and the city.
First of all, the wall on the right side is decorated with pictures of tourist spots in the city, but if you look closely, the photo panel is hanging straps. The sofa seats along the wall below it are train seats. And many pictures on the left wall. The large glass table in front of it is packed with model railroads. At the counter heading to the kitchen, there is also a chair that was actually used on the 2001 train.
Inside the store ... Originally, in the corner of the vehicle, there are a driver's seat and something that looks like a signboard for a tram stop, so it looks like a little museum. I forget that I came to eat and take a closer look.
I found a suspicious goodwill near the wall. No, the goodwill itself is not suspicious just because it has a cute railway pattern, but the space beyond it is suspicious. Is it a private room? When I think about it, people who seem to be regulars who visited later will come in.
When I took the courage to go through it ... there appeared a space completely different from the train museum, where cartoons were lined up all over the wall.
The bookshelf on the wall is full of cartoons from top to bottom. Items that do not fit are lined up on a small shelf in the foreground, and items that overflow are stacked horizontally, which is also a space like a "museum". Famous titles are lined up, centering on the works of boys' magazines and youth magazines.
Regulars go to this space without hesitation. I'm sure there is a work I'm reading. This makes me want to go.
Now, let's settle down in the seat. The seat I chose is a sofa seat (?) That can sit on a train seat.
Looking at the menu, you can see the signature menu, including Nagasaki's famous "Turkish rice" (900 yen), omelet rice, hamburger steak, daily lunch, cutlet curry, and other menus that look like "Western restaurants in town". is. And "service lunch" where the price and contents are nice. A hamburger steak, grilled pork ginger, rice, fried chicken and cream croquette are included daily for 600 yen. It's a nice lunch with both price and content.
I wanted to order a service lunch, but I closed my eyes and ordered Turkish rice. You see, I'm an "adult".
Turkish rice is a hearty menu that seems to have established a position next to Champon as a food that originated in Nagasaki. Tonkatsu, curry pilaf and spaghetti are served on a plate, and it is sometimes called "adult children's lunch". There are various theories about the origin of the name, but it seems that it does not mean that the Turkish menu came to Japan and became Turkish rice. Anyway, Turkish rice in Nagasaki = adult children's lunch.
After a few minutes of waiting, Turkish rice was brought in. Tonkatsu with sauce is topped on spaghetti and curry pilaf. Salad and orange are attached to the edge of the plate.
This curry pilaf is a dry curry style. Eggs are mixed and the scent of curry is mellow. Tonkatsu is very simple. Spaghetti is also simple and has a nostalgic taste. The overall impression was that it had a mellow taste.
Don't forget the homemade mayonnaise on the table. This is really good. It has less acidity than general mayonnaise and has a very rich egg taste. It was a taste that I would like you to add to the salad.
Railfan, manga lover, and glutton. The shop, which attracts visitors, seems to be visited by many locals as well as tourists, and is often crowded. We recommend avoiding core time and enjoying the inside of the restaurant and the food.
Address:2-14 Higashifurukawa-cho, Nagasaki-shi, Nagasaki Kura Building 1F