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Donburi (literally "bowl") is a Japanese "rice bowl dish" consisting of fish, meat, vegetables or other ingredients simmered together and served over rice.
Donburi meals are served in oversized rice bowls also called donburi. Donburi are sometimes called sweetened or savory stews on rice.

Some of the most popular ones are listed below:

Oyakodon (Oyako Donburi): Mother and Child Donburi

The name of this popular donburi dish comes from its two main ingredients, chicken and egg.

Katsudon (Tonkatsu Donburi): Pork Cutlet Donburi

Katsudon is served with tonkatsu (deep fried breaded pork cutlet), egg and onions on top of the rice.

Kaisendon (Kaisen Donburi): Seafood Donburi

Kaisendon are topped with a variety of fresh, mainly raw seafood.

Gyudon (Gyuniku Donburi): Beef Donburi

Gyudon, a bowl of cooked rice with beef, is very popular as an inexpensive type of fast food served at chain stores in Japan.

Tendon (Tempura Donburi): Tempura Donburi

Tempura are deep fried pieces of battered seafood and vegetables.

Various tempura pieces are dipped into a soya based sauce before served on top of the rice.
If you are looking for a healthy and wholesome meal, the Donburi is your answer.
Shiro serves authentic donburi with a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian toppings which can be customized according to your palate.

So for your next meal, how about a true Japanese experience? Indulge your senses in donburi... 

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