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One of our favorite Japanese restaurants trying to cope with the ongoing lock-down, not lock-down by the local government.

Teishoku only available for take-out, eat-in is ala carte. Oh well, different food.

Makizushi

Ahi and avocado, and California. The ahi and avocado was nom, the California was okay.

Japanese Omelet

Another nom, one of The Mouse’s favorite dishes at Japanese restaurants. If it’s listed, The Mouse orders. πŸ™‚

Heart of Palm Tempura

To The Mouse, tasted like bamboo shoot tempura. Not bad.

Hamachi Kama

Really big fish. The Cat liked.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

 

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Cabin Fever?

The Cat wanted to go to the mall, she had bonus points that were expiring. Lunch at Nordstroms.

The Cat ordered.

Tomato Basil Soup

And

Wild Salmon Niçoise Salad

The Mouse ordered.

Seared Ahi Salad

The Cat and The Mouse trying to eat healthier. Problem was an hour later, hungry again. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Back to Solid Food

The Mouse finished his medical procedure. Everything’s good he thinks. Follow-up with doctor later this month. After the anesthesia wore off, The Mouse was hungry. Ruby Tuesday combo.

The Mouse’s Plate

Top sirloin and grilled chicken with hickory bourbon bacon sauce, broccoli, and zucchini. As hungry as The Mouse was, there were leftover for today’s bento. A Tuesday flash special included two skewers of grilled shrimp.

Grilled Shrimp

Half going into The Cat’s bento.

The Cat wasn’t as hungry so tried a kiddie plate.

Rice, Broccoli, Orange Chicken

No leftovers, cheap eats. Kinda looks like the kiddie order from Panda Express, jus’ sayin’. Hee hee.

The Cat’s order came with a cookie. The Cat gave to The Mouse.

Cookie

πŸ™‚

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Another epic meal from one of our favorite chefs. A couple of weeks ago.

Amuse Bouche

House cured salmon. Mmm.

Pate Feuilletee En Escargot

Helix escargots, herb butter; cradled in a puff pastry.

Sauteed Rougie Foie Gras A L’ananas

The Mouse is definitely butchering the spelling and accents, sorry.

Robust foie gras, pineapple pan sauce, watercress, tomato, pickled red onion. Of the dishes, The Mouse liked this one the most.

Napolean of Kunoa Beef Tenderloin

Kona crab, pacific abalone, truffle Madeira sauce, salted lemon risotto, asparagus. A close second favorite.

Chocolate Souffle

Creme anglaise.

Memorable meal. Thanks Chef H! πŸ™‚

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Servers wearing masks, tables spread out. The “new normal”.

The first eat-in event for The Cat and The Mouse had to be with Chef H.

Food pics.

Location

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Almost Sunset

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The Cat’s Cocktail

Candied Hibiscus Martini. There was a taste hint li hing mui going on (The Mouse’s opinion).

Amuse-Bouche

House smoked salmon, caviar, cucumber crostini. Let the yumming begin!

Tomato Bisque, Fresh Tomato Relish

If The Mouse could presume to suggest to a executive chef, just a little side bite (1/8 of a sandwich) of a grilled cheese sandwich (The Mouse was prepared with lactase pills), would’ve been perfect. Just putting it out there. πŸ™‚

Caesar Salad with Anchovies

Our favorite place for Caesar salad. So just another tiny “wish” for Chef. An amuse-bouche of a mini onigiri with anchovy and ume, wrapped in crispy seaweed. Again, just tossing it out there. Hee hee.

Crispy Skin Roasted Salmon, Risotto with Truffles, Pesto

The salmon so moist and well cooked, the skin as crispy as bacon. There’s an idea, okay, The Mouse is stopping, no more suggestions for Chef on this post. Hee hee.

Roast Lamb Chop, Hoisin Glaze, Fingerling Potatoes

Really yum, but by then, The Cat and The Mouse were full, so after a little bit of nibbling, most of will become The Mouse’s bento tomorrow.

Chef was happy to see us, The Mouse thinks he was happy to be back in his kitchen environment. πŸ™‚

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

 

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