Lunching in Nezu, Tokyo

6 06 2014

This should have been part of the “May Eats” post but I had forgotten about the photos (most of which were not good enough to post) on my “other” iPhone.

I took a Finnish business friend to a special restaurant in the old neighborhood of  Nezu for a Sunday lunch on the day she was going home to New York.  The cuisine was kushiage and the restaurant is housed in a building that has been registered as a “tangible cultural property” by the Agency of Cultural Affairs.

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Store-front

As you can see, I do not have any photos of the great kushiage skewers we enjoyed. Pictured are a beetroot mousse, “ochazuke” with Japanese pickles, and a sesame-flavored blancmange with mango(?) sauce.

Hantei


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