“move as swift as the wind, stay as silent as a forest, attack as fierce as fire, be immovable like a mountain”, said Takeda Shingen; is there a better way to describe a kitchen battle? in a sense, “furin kazan” is kind of a Japanese warrior lord. it’s the oldest authentic Japanese restaurant in town, just a minimally designed open kitchen little place.
no fancy stuff here, just good and fast food. generals Nick and Eduardo are ready, woks prepared and chopsticks loaded!
let’s join the fight by sinking out teeth into a crunchy fried avocado, a delicate omelet with daikon(Japanese winter radish), some flaky, fried spring rolls with bamboo and minced pork, some light, crispy coated tempura prawns, some typical pan-fried noodles with shrimps and some fine grilled salmon skin or prawn tempura rolls.
omelet w/ daikon
spring rolls w/ bamboo & pork
noodles w/ shrimp
grilled salmon skin & prawn tempura rolls
so go my friends and fight well, you will be rewarded.
“furin kazan” 2 Apollonos street, Athens, Greece, tel: +30 210 3229170