松竹膳処

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classic Japanese course

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Shōchiku Zendokoro is a 3-minute walk from Tachimachi Elementary School bus stop, and a 10-minute walk from Sendai International Center. The restaurant first opened in 1948, and in 2002 moved to its current location in Omachi when the present owner inherited the business from his father. It was at this time that the restaurant changed to a table and chair seating style to enhance the accessibility of its top-class gourmet Japanese cuisine. Shōchiku Zendokoro is committed to a classic Japanese approach to its cooking, offering varied dishes appropriate to the season in which they are offered using top quality local produce. The restaurant has only one floor, but this helps to create a congenial atmosphere for customers to enjoy their meals, and allows the staff to interact in a friendlier manner. An 8-seat counter looks onto the kitchen area, and on the right can be found a table area seating up to 12. The restaurant’s entrance gives you a feeling of escaping from the outside world, and inside you will be greeted by the sight of the owner-chef and his brother hard at work in the kitchen while their mother welcomes you. The interior is decorated with many antiques collected by the family over the years, including a 400 year old flask thought to be used by the feudal lord of the Sendai area, Masamune Date himself. The friendly atmosphere makes even newcomers feel at home, and maybe this is the reason that the restaurant has so many regular customers. Shōchiku Zendokoro is conveniently located near a number of facilities, making it a good place to stop by for lunch. The restaurant prides itself on its tableware selection, emphasizing the importance of not just the food, but the dishes used in order to reflect the type of food and the time of year. Customers may find themselves given glass dishes in summer, while winter sees the use of chunky ceramic pots.

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s_osusume.pngGofudai-zen set meal (limited to 15 per day)…1,620yen
the original location of the restaurant was in Gofudai-machi, an area of tradesmen, and this is the origin of the meal’s name. The main dishes of this meal are placed in three Arita-yaki ceramic drawers housed in a specially made zelkova wood case, making a striking centerpiece that is especially popular with ladies. In the drawers can be found a wealth of tasty bites such as seasonal sashimi and tempura, Japanese omelet, and the chef’s renowned sponge cake. In addition the meal is served with savory egg custard, salad, pickles, rice, miso soup, dessert and coffee.

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English spoken by 2 members of staff, including the owner-chef. Please feel free to consult with them about any aspect of the meal.
Knives, forks & spoons available in addition to chopsticks. All seating is table & chair style.

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15 min walk from Hirosedōri Station

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Shōchiku Zendokoro

Cuisine:
classic Japanese course
Address:
Guranbyu 1F, 2-10-23 , Omachi, Aoba-ku, Sendai-shi, Miyagi, 980-0804
TEL:
022-225-5591
FAX:
022-225-5591
Opening Hours:
Lunch 11:30〜14:00(last order 14:00)Dinner 17:30〜21:00(last order 21:00)
Closed on:
Sunday & Holiday
Capacity:
up to 27 persons
Smoking:
smoking permitted
Accepted Credit Cards:
VISA、MASTER、JCB、AMEX、NICOS、Diners
Parking:
2 vehicles
URL:

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