大観楼

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eel cuisine/classic Japanese course

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Daikanrō first opened for business in 1822. It is located 5 minutes’ walk from Hirose-Dōri Station on the Sendai subway. Because of improvements in water storage technology by wholesalers there are not many eel restaurants nowadays with their own dedicated well to provide pure water for storing eels. Daikanrō, though, is one of these, allowing it to continue its long tradition of both providing the freshest eel, kept in perfect condition right up until it is prepared for cooking, and keeping to the ethos of showing thanks for being permitted to partake of the life of the eel by using every last part of the animal in cooking. This respect for life can also be seen in the regular staff meetings held by the restaurant to improve teamwork, and the continued efforts put into being well prepared in the event of a disaster like the 2011 earthquake. The first floor has table seating for 18, and a raised Japanese-style seating area with a capacity of up to 24 (shoes must be taken off for this). The second floor seats 8 at a counter, and a further 16 at tables. Another raised seating area has seating for 24, and there are also 4 private rooms. The third floor houses 3 more private rooms, and a hall for larger parties, allowing the restaurant to cater to almost any size of group or occasion. The restaurant is barrier free, with an elevator and bathroom facilities for those with wheelchairs. The owners are proud of the elegant Japanese ambience of the private rooms in particular, but most of all of the welcoming smiles and hospitality of the staff.
The staff are always happy to answer any questions about the food served, and do their utmost to provide a warm and congenial atmosphere for every group, from when they arrive to when they leave. The 3 tenets of an eel restaurant are: 1. Purchase live eels, and prepare them for cooking in-house. 2. Have a dedicated well that provides pure water to keep the eels alive and in good condition. 3. Grill the eel over a charcoal fire. There are few restaurants now that can boast all three of these together, but Daikanrō has always placed the greatest of importance on them, and also the expert skills of its staff.

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2F

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3F

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daikanrou_osusume.pngUnajū
2,100yen・2,800yen・3,900yen・5,800yen
the classic dish of grilled eel on rice, Daikanrō’s pure well water allows it to keep its eels healthy and deliver this energy to its customers. The soft, fluffy flesh of the eel is coated in a savory-sweet sauce and then grilled over an aromatic charcoal fire. The price variation reflects the quantity and part of the eel used.

d_kasaneunaben.pngKasane unagi bentō set
3,000yen〜
Unajū with an added selection of Japanese dishes make a meal as pleasing to the eye as the palate. Served with savory egg custard.

d_shirayaki.pngEel shirayaki
2,600yen・3,600yen
grilled without the usual sauce, this dish is ideal for connoisseurs looking to enjoy the true flavor of eel. Best enjoyed with a touch of rock salt.

d_bandoutarou.pngBandō Tarō eel
the ultimate in farmed eel brands. This very popular brand is said to have the closest flavor to wild eel, and in the Tōhoku area is only available at Daikanrō. Please enquire beforehand for availability.

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English menus available. Knives, forks & spoons available in addition to chopsticks.
All seating is table & chair style.

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5 min walk from Hirosedōri Station

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Daikanrō

Cuisine:
eel cuisine/classic Japanese course
Address:
3-9-5, Ichibanchō, Aoba-ku, Sendai-shi, Miyagi, 980-0811
TEL:
022-221-7575
FAX:
022-222-2241
Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday
Lunch 11:00〜14:00(last order13:00)
Dinner 17:00〜21:00(last order20:00)
Saturday & Sunday & Holiday
Lunch 11:00〜15:00(last order14:00)
Dinner 17:00〜21:00(last order20:00)
Closed on:
1st Sunday
Capacity:
up to 60 persons
Smoking:
No smoking inside
Accepted Credit Cards:
VISA、MASTER、JCB
Parking:
no parking
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