New Japanese Tempura Spot In Vancouver Serves Giant Bowls Of Deep-Fried Heaven
Tempura for days. 🍤
One of my favourite go-to sushi rolls that I always order is yam tempura roll. If you're like me and you can't get enough of the crunchy stuff, then you're going to want to check out Kaneko Hannosuke. The famed Japanese tempura house opened in Vancouver in early 2020 and it's serving up the most heaping bowls of deep-fried heaven.
Their signature Edomae-Tendon dish is a rice bowl topped with all kinds of tasty tempura. It's on their menu for $18.95, plus tax.
That might be a lot to pay for just tempura, but consider that it's a heaping bowl. It could even be your only meal of the day!
On top of a bed of rice, you can try tempura eel, squid, shrimp, green beans, plus a boiled egg with a gooey centre. The entire thing is drizzled in their signature savoury "secret sauce."
Some ingredients come direct from Japan for maximum authenticity.
Each bowl comes served beautifully. There's a massive piece of fried eel with each one that will make an eye-catching photo if you have to 'gram everything you eat.
Whether you try and tackle the Tendon bowl on your own or with a friend, you're going to have a good crunchy time doing it.
Plus, this is pretty much the only place in the city that specializes in tempura.
Unless you've been to Japan, you probably haven't tried anything like this before.
This new addition to Vancouver's already fantastic Japanese food scene is sure to be a big hit, especially when you get a craving for fried food.
Address: 1725 Robson St. #1, Vancouver, BC
Why You Need To Go: Fill up on a massive bowl of Japanese tempura and all your deep-fried dreams will come true.