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小倉屋 Kokuraya

No. 27, Lane 280, Guangfu South Road, Da’an District, Taipei City
02 2721 8555
Mon 11:00 ~ 14:30, 17:00 ~ 21:00
Tue 11:00 ~ 14:30, 17:00 ~ 21:00
Wed 11:00 ~ 14:30, 17:00 ~ 21:00
Thu 11:00 ~ 14:30, 17:00 ~ 21:00
Fri 11:00 ~ 11:30, 17:00 ~ 21:00
Sat 11:00 ~ 14:30, 17:00 ~ 21:00
Sun 11:00 ~ 14:30, 17:00 ~ 21:00
Accepts Credit Cards

Inaka-an, which specializes in eel and has its home in Kokura, Kitakyushu, is a famous restaurant that has been selected by the Michelin Guide as a “Bib Gourmand” restaurant, offering good value and good quality cooking. Kokuraya opened in Taipei City in 2017 as Inaka-an’s first overseas branch.

No. 27, Lane 280, Guangfu South Road, Da’an District, Taipei City
02 2721 8555
周一 11:00 ~ 14:30, 17:00 ~ 21:00
周二 11:00 ~ 14:30, 17:00 ~ 21:00
周三 11:00 ~ 14:30, 17:00 ~ 21:00
周四 11:00 ~ 14:30, 17:00 ~ 21:00
周五 11:00 ~ 11:30, 17:00 ~ 21:00
周六 11:00 ~ 14:30, 17:00 ~ 21:00
周日 11:00 ~ 14:30, 17:00 ~ 21:00

本店位於北九州市小倉的鰻魚專賣店「田舍庵」為名列米其林指南平價美味推薦清單「Bib Gourmand」中的知名餐廳。其第一家海外分店「小倉屋」於2017年在台北市開幕。

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When he decided to open Kokuraya with partners in Taiwan, fourth generation Inaka-an owner Mr. Ogata adhered to “reproducing our original taste in Taiwan and maintaining Japanese standards. ” For that reason, he visited various places in Taiwan to find eel and uses the highest quality pond-raised eels. The sauce is made with Taiwanese soy sauce, tested repeatedly to achieve a sauce that tastes as close as possible to that of the home restaurant. It preserves the unique Inaka-an grilling method of “making the eel eat lots of fire. ”

While Kokuraya, which underwent nearly three years of preparations before opening, makes use of Taiwanese ingredients, the rice is all grown in Japan. As a result of testing the rice that is available in Taiwan from various regions of Japan, the best match for eel dishes in Taiwan's climate and weather was judged to be Nanatsuboshi from Hokkaido.

Natsunobashi is used in the restaurant’s popular menu items such as the Unadon Set Meal (380 yuan-). It shows a commitment to serving the most delicious rice to go with the plump, fragrant eel. The spice pepper, which is an indispensable companion to eel, is also made in Japan.

The restaurant also has an abundant selection of sake and plum wine. While you’re in Taiwan, this is a restaurant where you can eat eel dishes made with flavorful Japanese rice and the ingenious use of Taiwanese ingredients, all at a reasonable price.





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