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Fish Sandwiches

The Cat, attending a seminar in Waikiki. Lunch.

Salmon Sandwich

Croissant, part bahn mi inspired, expensive, messy. The Cat said tasty.

The Mouse’s lunch.

Fried Fish Sandwich

Japanese bread, Kewpie mayonnaise, pickled turnip. Way less messy, and cost way less. The Mouse has to say, better, than a filet-o-fish. Hee hee.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Location was first restaurant that had a reservation opening. Try try. The Mouse studied the menu beforehand, but alas, the best laid plans … restaurant menu was special Christmas prix fixe menu. Okay, rolling with it.

“Instant Bacon”

Braised pork belly, deep fried, “instant” smoked, soy glazed, served with tempura oyster. For the Cat and The Mouse, meal could have ended here. Eight paws up.

Herb-Roasted Jidori Chicken

Not bad, okay. If The Mouse had a choice, he would have a double order of pork belly. Hee hee. The turnip and the won ton were good. 🙂

Mac-Crusted Mahi Mahi

Again, not bad, okay. The Cat agreed about the double order of pork belly.

Chocolate Cake

The cherries was a nice touch. Okay, next time, double order “instant” bacon and chocolate cake.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Anchovy Rice

The Mouse opened the jar. The Cat brought home a couple of weeks ago. The Mouse thought better try while “fresh”.

The Mouse steamed rice, added wakame, frozen vegetables, topped with anchovies and pickled turnip.


Kinda like mixed rice. The Mouse was happy. Mouthwash and brush teeth after, fishy breath. Hee hee.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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The Mouse picked up a bento from the grocery store.

Fried Fish Bento

One of the cheaper choices in bento selection. The broiled salmon or butterfish cost higher, plus the fried fish bento includes vegetable gyoza.

The Mouse made two sandwiches.

Fish Sandwich, Pickled Turnip

Fish Sandwich, Sweet Relish

The Mouse’s new favorite sandwich condiment, pickled radish. Mmm! 🙂

The Cat ate the rice and pickled ginger in a rice porridge bowl.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Not much to see here. Just The Mouse lunch. Quick and easy.

Bread and Sardines

A little bit of oil from the tin, a sprinkle of dried dill, no condiments. Accompanied by a cup of instant miso soup.

Stay safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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