Spanish Fast Food Arrives in Tokyo

10 11 2014

Got together with a work-related friend from the Spanish Embassy and another work-related friend who is very much into cante flamenco at a newly-opened pinchos/tapas chain originally from near Barcelona.

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A little more than fast food in that they serve cold and warm dishes, which seemed somewhat bigger than “tapas” size, apart from the pinchos, as well as a wide variety of alcohol.

They ring this bell whenever a new batch of hot pinchos becomes available and ready to be served.  Quite disturbingly noisy. ^^

They ring this bell whenever a new batch of hot pinchos becomes available and ready to be served. Quite disturbingly noisy. ^^


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11 11 2014
Fran

The food looks great. Interesting that they have instructions in English – why not Spanish?

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11 11 2014
Ayako Mathies

Not that we understand a great deal of English, there is no Spanish-speaking population to speak of in Japan so if you want to be in business, you would go with English (and Japanese). I assume they expect to attract English-speaking expats as well.

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