Best tempura restaurants in Tokyo
An all-time favourite of Japanese gourmands, tempura over rice (tendon) is said to have originated in the 1830s, and has played a central role in local food culture ever since. Although rather calorie-packed, the tempura served at speciality joints is usually fried in sesame oil, which actually contains cholesterol-lowering linoleic acids, oleic acids and the anti-oxidant sesamin, making it just a little more defensible in terms of health effects.
Tempura is a dish that has been loved by the Japanese people since ancient times. There are many tempura restaurants in Tokyo, and here are our picks of list the best tempura restaurants in Tokyo serving top-of-the-line tendon, ranging from the dirt-cheap to the costly.