The most popular lunch of Fukugen, which is famous for dishes of puffer fish, is a Kaisen-don set meal (a bowl of rice topped with seafood) priced 1,500 yen. Fourteen kinds of the day’s catch are artistically presented over rice like a chrysanthemum flower, which is pleasing to the eye. The kinds of fish change every day, but the freshness is guaranteed. The fish are cut thick so that their flavor and texture can be fully enjoyed. Slightly sweetened egg is layered under the fish, which enriches the taste. Chawanmushi (steamed egg soup), salad and soup come with the main dish. The effort of the chef who offers such a wonderful meal at a reasonable price is worthy of praise. It can be one of the most memorable dishes.
Fukugen, Japanese restaurant
The menu of freshly caught seafood is a fruit born from the restaurant’s professional passion.