A local specialty of Niigata, Tarekatsudon,
loved since the early Showa period.

This is the originator of a standard “soul food” of Niigata, Tarekatsudon. Katsudon (1,050 yen) is a bowl of breaded, fried pork cutlets and rice. The cutlets are dipped in a secret soy-based sauce that is never allowed to be taken out of the restaurant. As many as 5 cutlets in one bowl are thinly breaded and quickly deep-fried, so the taste is very light and you can easily eat your fill. The taste becomes softer with a bit of tangy mustard.

The cutlet is quickly deep-fried in pure lard. Along with the quality of the fresh red meat, the taste is light and delicious!

The third-generation owner, Toshio Komatsu. He researches higher quality ingredients and improved flavors to meet the tastes of the present day while protecting the traditional taste that has been passed down the generations.

The dishes preserve the same taste as 80 years ago, when the restaurant was established, through the efforts of the owner and the staff.

6-973, Furumachi-dori, Chuoku, Niigata
TEL: 025-222-0097
Open: 11:30 - 14:30, 17:00 - 20:00
The third Wednesday and Thursday of the month