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Yesterday was a good day for eating. The Mouse stayed late at work (on a Friday no less) … but The Mouse ate “well”.

Breakfast, same as yesterday. Oatcake and coffee.

Warehouse supplies the workers with coffee, but the selections can be a bit harsh at times. The nearby 7-Eleven has a 20% Kona blend, mellower.

Lunch was a tiny bit of a splurge. Japanese delicatessen.

“Mini Plate”

Shiso onigiri, kakuni (three big pieces), and tamagoyaki. The Mouse was happy.

Norma Desmond Shot

Pork was well cooked. Not soft, but fall off the bone texture.

The Cat’s lunch at one of the Irish pubs in town. Owner’s wife makes fresh pie only on Friday.

Shrimp and Crab Melt

The Cat’s sandwich, came with a side salad.

Berry Pie

The Cat brought home a slice for The Mouse. Not too sweet, lots of berry taste. Nom!

A good eating day for The Mouse.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse (and partly The Cat)

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Okazu-ya

That funny time between Christmas and the new year. The Mouse “volunteered” to go into work yesterday. Ugh!

A little treat for himself for that “offer”.

Inari, Shiso Onigiri, Hot Dot, Tofu Patty, Corned Beef Hash Patty (Mostly Potato, in a good way)

To top off the day, The Cat brought home leftover dessert.

Mixed Berry Pie

Super ono!

Overall, The Mouse had a good day food-wise. Weekend-wise? At least yesterday? Not that great. But, got some work done with less interruptions.

Any plans for new year eve? The Cat and The Mouse are still trying to decide.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

 

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Made it!

Sign

One of their menu items is beef tongue and bone marrow bibimbap. The Mouse really wanted to try. Alas, only for dinner.

Stayed for lunch. Scouting mission for future?

Lunch Menu

Simple. Teishoku or rice bowl. Check off selections. Kinda like going to dim sum. Hee hee.

Even the table decoration incorporates with the menu.

Cute ya?

Choice of entree and soup, rice and two sides included.

The Cat’s Teishoku

Smoked pork steak with sweet ginger sauce.

High point on The Cat’s tray was the soup.

Minestrone Soup

The Cat proclaimed “best minestrone ever!”

The Mouse’s Teishoku

House-made roast beef with grated daikon radish. Nom!

There were even onions (underneath the roast beef) to compliment the meat.

Yuzu Sorbet

The Mouse had to try. Hee hee. Excellent.

Going back for the beef tongue and bone marrow bibmbap. Soon!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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This past Sunday lunch, after the farmers market. Japanese grill at the mall. The Mouse went for the meat.

Filet Mignon

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Pork Cheeks

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21 Day Aged Hanger Steak in Miso

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Japanese Sausage

The Cat went for the S’Mores.

S’Mores Variety

🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Meat-Fest

Sunday brunch/lunch.

Sign Says It All

Not only AYCE but at a discount. The pake in us went for it.

Grill

Pre-cooking, still “clean”.

The highlights.

Cauliflower Tempura

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Hanger Steak

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Pork Toro

Pork cheeks? This was a winner.

Beef Heart

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Filet Mignon

Another winner.

The Mouse thinks next time, concentrate on the pork toro and filet mignon. 🙂

But, hightpoint of the meal was dessert.

S’Mores

The Mouse almost forgot about these (last time ate them was at camp, more than forty years ago), first time for The Cat.

The Cat’s S’More

Ordered a second order. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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