Dining Out: Making The Toast Of Our Time!

Met up in Shibuya today with a Japanese guy who I roomed with in Perth on my travels ‘down under’ many years ago. We went to a restaurant called “Who’s Foods” where we had something called ‘honey toast’ which is a big toasted loaf (cut up a bit and then put together again) with honey, ice cream and other toppings poured over it.

Only 720 yen (about £3.50) between us and too big and sickening for us to finish but very nice when we originally tucked into it. Its probably the first time ever that I haven’t been able to finish something here as the portions are usually too small where every other food item is concerned.

About tokyofox

A Leicester City fan teaching English in Japan
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1 Response to Dining Out: Making The Toast Of Our Time!

  1. Alan says:

    It’s always nice to try different foods.Even here in Manchester I like to sample other cultures’ food.Chinese Indian and African so far.Japan sounds like a nice experience.Make the most of it while you can mate!Sampling that culture can only do you good! Take care from Alan, Manchester UK

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