But first, The Cat wanted The Mouse to post a picture of her breakfast yesterday.
Kiwi, banana, plum, taro bread.
On to the main event.
The Mouse’s lunch.
Special of the day at Kokoro Tei.
One of my favorite dishes, right up there with oyako don. Small-kid time, whenever we went out to eat at a Japanese restaurant, I would order oyako don. Simple to eat, not complicated, plus it was usually one of the cheaper dishes on the menu.
Enter omurice, different but similar. For small-kid, tastes were more complex, yet not so out there that it wasn’t manageable. Plus, the ingredients were all familiar, rice, ketchup, egg, chicken. Just mixed together in a different way. Winner!
So, Kokoro Tei only offers omurice once or twice a month. Mouth was watering for almost a month.
This one was more upscale than what I’m used to (think Tampopo). Ketchup fried rice with chicken, egg, demi glace sauce, salad, rolled omelet, pasta salad, and pickled turnip. Big yum!
Hanabata days. Hee hee.
Enjoy. Eat well.