Almost a year ago, I blogged about dinner at Daruma House and how I had isaw baboy there. Seems like eating there is becoming an annual tradition! :9 We treated our friends A & W to dinner at Daruma House during their last night in Atsugi. Grilled pig's innards are supposedly an Atsugi specialty, so a yakiniku dinner for our visiting friends was indeed the way to go.
|started off with tuna salad again|
(it's really good!)
|beef and chicken grilling|
|pork intestines marinating|
|horumon & vegetables|
|pickled ginger and dipping sauces (one is soy-based; the other, sesame-based)|
|beef tongue grilling|
|grilled beef tongue in lemon juice|
|on the right are pig & chicken bones|
|grilled chicken bone (they choose a softer bone part)|
It's great that Daruma House is just a few minutes' walk from our apartment. We don't come here regularly though because dinner here (maybe yakiniku in general) is bit more expensive than in non-yakiniku restaurants. Kaya sa 2013 pa siguro kami kakain dito ulit. Or maybe when we have visiting friends again.
We smelled so much of smoke after; the walk back to the apartment helped in taking away some of the smoky smell stuck to our clothes and hair. I also bought some strawberry ice cream from the konbini for dessert. :D Happy kid! :)