Japanese food and food in Japan.
2008-10-03 22:03:00 2008-10-03 22:03:00
Why, yes, I can!
At TY Harbor (previously mentioned here). Though more than 10 times the price of the equivalent item at Mickey D's, it did come with chips (North American: fries) and salad and all-you-can-drink cold tea which I couldn't quite identify, and all things considered (like taste) is better value for money (especially when Someone Else is footing the bill).
2005-05-30 02:48:00 2005-05-30 02:48:00
For just 1680 Yen, this Ise Shrimp and American Sauce Ringuine (?) of Scallop
Sitting on a Nest of Spaghetti can be yours. Well, not this plate in particular
because the restaurant is very attached to it as a way of visually
presenting their culinary virtues to passers-by.
The most important question is of course: how do they stop the
spaghetti sliding off the plate?
2005-05-09 10:43:00 2005-05-09 10:43:00
The omnipresent but slightly behind the times in a
coffee shop chain Doutor
has latched on to the Seattle style with its relatively new
"Excelsior Caffé" (sic) cafés. A stop-over at Gifu station
provided an opportunity to sample Starbucks Japanese-style
with this exquisite morning set (モーニングセット) consisting
of a boiled egg, kafeore (カフェオレ, café au lait) and a croissant containing
various animal and vegetable products. All for 450 Yen.
Well, it was OK. The hard-boiled egg was boiled and the croissant was crescent-shaped. The coffee had milky foam on top. The WLAN reception was zilch.
All in all a representative Japanese breakfast experience.
Links: Excelsior Caffé,