Recommendation by Lemi
Serving only 15 (or less) kinds of Kushikatsu, Tengu takes a different approach from Daruma. Share the counter with locals and maybe make a few new friends. (Sharing the same dipping sauce bonds two people for life.) The menu is all in Japanese, but you’re already in the midst of the frying action so just point at what you want. Tengu keeps it so simple, but satisfying. All is as it should be: the batter is crisp and absorbs the sweet sauce nicely because the Kushikatsu recipe adds panko breadcrumbs into the usual egg, water, and flour mixture.
3-4-12 Ebisuhigashi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka, Japan
大阪府 大阪市浪速区 恵美須東 3-4-12
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