Originated Pork Rice Bowl Named Chappu-Don -Takadaya in Takikawa-
May 18th, 2016
Takadaya (高田屋) is a long-established Japanese style restaurant in Sakae-machi, Takikawa city located between Sapporo city and Asahikawa city and was founded in 1953. This restraunt is near Takikawa Station and has loved by local people. I visited here to eat a pork rice bowl named Chappu-Don (チャップ丼), Takikawa local specialty dish, around 15:00 on weekdays. There was not other customer at the restraunt. It had an atmosphere such as a good old restraunt. The restraunt had counter seats and some tables, so family customers can enjoy eating.
I sat the table and ordered the pork rice bowl named Chappu-Don. The price was JPY 750. About 10 minutes later, the pork rice bowl was served. The pork rice bowl use pork chop without bone, and an owner named the Chappu-Don. Sliced pork is thinner than an ordenary pork bowl, and taste of sauce will easy soaking into pork. Originally, the owner devised the Chappu-Don in his high school days, a lunch is a prototype model. There is dried laver hidden secretly between rice and pork, and it will be a vestige.
By the way, this pork rice bowl has used specific pathogen free pork produced in Hokkaido, and salty-sweet sauce has made with secret recipe unique to this restaurant, with specific instructions such as 'replenish the sauce continuously'. The sauce had a strong sweetness, but it went well with rice and pork. It was tasty!
Pork Rice Bowl and Atmosphere of Restaurant Can Be Watched on Youtube
|Parking lot||A free parking is provided (8 cars)|
|Regular closing day||First Sunday and Third Sunday|
|Home page||Home page is not provided|
|Mapcode||179 183 449*56|