So yesterday we were supposed to dine at Kichitora but there weren’t any tables available–We ended up here instead. It’s just right beside Peri-peri, hehe. It’s like your average cafe, except most of the menu items are Japanese-themed. They have pasta (Creamy Ebiko and the Japanese carbonara), sandwiches/burgers, hamburger steak on a sizzling plate, bento meals, donburi, soup, salads, and cheesecake.
Just some of the items from their menu. And of course, no Japanese restaurant is complete without the plastic food display. ^^
Only ordered two things…
Chicken in a basket, served with gravy and ketchup. After trying this, I think I now know the reason why this is one of the more popular items on Tokyo Cafe’s menu – The meat was really juicy and the skin was crispy.
Pork shogayaki with rice. Some of the pork pieces were a bit tough, but it was fine. And the rice was really chewy ^^
Coffee. And of course, since this is a cafe, they have different kinds: Specialty blends, hot espressos, iced espressos, “smoogees”, and hot tea. They also have affogato, crepes, and parfait cakes. I really wanted to try their mochi but it’s a bit pricey.
Everything went fine and the service wasn’t so bad. I would recommend this restaurant if you want to spend time with a friend and have a little chit-chat. Or a date, hehe. ^^