A Feast at Eduardo’s, #1

28 07 2014

The theme for our “eat the world in Tokyo” project this month took us to Chile.  You’d think there would be plenty of Chilean restaurants in the big city with all the Chilean wines we get, this seems to be the only one and it’s not even very well known.  But it was a surprise hit.

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When we arrived at 5 pm on a very hot Saturday evening, Ed was about to begin his daily routine of making his homemade empanadas.  I will come back to that later as that was the last thing served although we watched the whole process of their creation.

So how everything worked here was we could do a la carte but the easy thing was to tell Ed if we wanted meat, fish, vegetables and which kind, he would just suggest this and that and all of us could do an all-you-can-eat-and-drink menu for a very low price.  We said that was fine, bring it on, and on he did.

This simple salad was soooo good.

This simple salad was soooo good.

Our bird!  A whole bird!

Our bird! A whole bird!

The food just kept coming and Ed was ready to serve more but we still had empanadas to cover so we politely declined.  More to follow from La Casa de Eduardo.

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30 07 2014
A Feast at Eduardo’s, #2 | A blog by Ayako Mathies

[…] with the Chilean dinner at Eduardo’s, I give you Eduardo himself cooking up his traditional […]

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1 08 2014
Robin

You are eating in alphabetical order?

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2 08 2014
Ayako Mathies

What?! What alphabetical order??

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2 08 2014
Robin

Eating the world in Tokyo – one country at a time.

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4 08 2014
Ayako Mathies

One country or region at a time but no alphabetical reference. We wish!

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