What is there to eat at Heno Heno?
But now we come to the most important, the food at Heno Heno. The menu is always slightly adjusted, but basically no major changes are made in the layout and the dishes. That’s a good thing, because the dishes on the menu are simply the best. The labeling has been limited to three things: milk, sesame and vegan – the latter is indicated by a green leaf. Heno Heno’s menu fits on one page and is available in English. It is divided into the following categories.
Heno Heno Onigiri
The starter category is very varied and offers many interesting dishes and something for every taste, e.g. Miso soup, Onigiri (Japanese rice bags), Edameme (boiled and salted green soj beans), Hijiki (sea vegetables).
Dons are the focus in this category. There is the gü-don with beef, the vegetarian don with egg and the vegan don. The base of these dishes served in a bowl is always rice. For the individual Dons a few extra toppings can be selected. These include Onsen Tamago (poached egg), Syoga (pickled ginger) and marinated tofu strips.
All Dons can be ordered in three different sizes and are thus suitable for any hunger.
Also part of the rice dishes is the curry. It is a beef curry Japanese style.
The third and last category are the noodle dishes or rather soups. Udon with wheat noodles or soba with buckwheat noodles are available. Both variants are available as vegetarian, with marinated tofu, beef or beef curry. By the way, there are two sizes for the soups.