I have a confession to make: the concept of brunch used to bother me. Many of my friends adore brunch, but I actively disliked the suggestion. Growing up, I associated brunch with hotel buffet brunches, which I found to be mediocre, crowded, and (from overeating) lethargy-inducing. In college, Su... (more) As promised, finishing up this series.
Fine dining. With a premium already placed on aesthetics in casual Japanese food, fine dining here is like eating a museum. Exhibit A: the butter at Les Creations de Narisawa:... (more)
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Mister Donut Pon de Rings (and 7-11 onigiri). Confession: I had some really, really incredible food at some of the best restaurants in Japan, and somewhat embarrassingly, the thing I freaked out the most over was a Mister Donut doughnut. Not just any donut, but the “po... (more)