I was rushed to get to my next flight but needed to grab a bite to eat. On previous layovers, I had seen numerous Japanese customers ordering here so I figured it had to be relatively decent.
Tonight was a surprisingly slow night for Musashi. It probably doesn't help that it's off the main drag.
Gyu Don ($10). The pickled ginger was had a strong unexpected bite. The nori was a nice touch and the small square left me wanting more. The daikon was thoroughly cooked and also unexpected. The server ladled a generous amount of beef which had a rough dry texture but was still soft enough to easily swallow. The rice was well prepared and ladled over with a sweet soup making for faster eating. I would have preferred a more savory soup. It was more homemade than restaurant quality. It was decent enough but nowhere near spectacular. I wish I had time to slow down to enjoy it.