Quick Lunch: K-Shock Japanese Takeaway

by April@MyFoodTrail on May 20, 2009

in Japanese, Melbourne, Quick Lunch

K-Shock
Shop 8, 530 Little Collins Street, Melbourne VIC
(03) 8686 5664

Once upon a time, in the not so distant past, I used to eat a hot meal for lunch almost every day. Needless to say, my pants got tighter and I started to expand out sideways… so no more hot lunches for me! Occasionally though, I succumb to temptation and with all this cold weather, it is getting harder to resist!

K-Shock Japanese Takeaway was one place I used to frequent. They are a small takeaway shop selling reasonably priced Japanese dishes served with rice – and it is actually run by Japanese! On this recent visit, I noticed they have branched out into Tokyo burgers so it looks like another visit soon is in order! πŸ™‚

There are a number of dishes I like but this time I went with the Tatsuta bento. The bento has deep fried chicken thigh pieces served with rice, along with beanshoots, shredded carrots, Chinese vegetables, Japanese pickles and a piece of tofu. The chicken was crispy, tender and tasty, though it could have done with some sauce. I never eat the beanshoots or pickles as I don’t like them, but the Chinese vegetables and tofu are nice.

Tatsuta Bento – deep fried chicken marinated in ginger, mirin and soy sauce $8.50

I will be back to try the Tokyo burgers!

Over & Out, Rilsta xx

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Maria@TheGourmetChallenge May 20, 2009 at 9:34 pm

I wish I worked in the city, that way I could have a fantastic choice of lunch’s. I’m looking forward to the Tokyo Burger post!

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Rilsta May 22, 2009 at 2:53 pm

Hi Maria! Lunch in the city offers so many choices but I never seem to buy healthy lunches so it’s not so good for me!

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Anonymous April 3, 2010 at 7:34 pm

what do u mean by "chinese " vegetables? what is a japanese vegetable and what is a chinese vegetable?

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April @ My Food Trail April 6, 2010 at 9:05 pm

Hi Anonymous: By Chinese vegetables I mean the green ones in the last photo. It was Chinese mustard greens. Chinese vegetables are the ones you can find in Chinese or Asian grocery stores.

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