A cafe specialised in tofu. Dinner set for 1 person, forgot exactly how much but I think it was less than 2000yen. The two appetizers were both tofu, the one on the left was more smooth, the waitress said something about the powder thing on top but I couldn’t catch her words, it tasted like grounded nutshells…pretty tasteless. ^^;; The tofu on the right had a rough texture, with sweet and slightly hot miso on top. A big pot of soy bean tea(Okara-cha), tasted like Barley tea(Mugi-cha).
A big plate of salad with tofu, pine nuts, sesame seeds, yuba(dried tofu skin), dried little shrimps and other spices. The heavy amount of spices used actually made it very tiring to eat the whole plate…
Soy beans and corned beef and tofu sandwich. The soy beans were mixed with the corned beef. The bread used was “English bread” apparently. The sandwich was quite good, the tofu was grilled and the bread was toasted. Though the corned beef was too heavily peppered, and if you don’t eat it quickly(e.g. busy taking pics…^^;;;) the bread will become watery because of the tofu. Some crackers and pickles on the side, which was unnecessary I thought….the pickles were strong with spice too.
Dessert was also tofu…by that time I was actually quite tired of it…^^;; Freshly steamed tofu, which was not sweetened. Black honey and soy bean flour on the side to add yourself…in fact I added all of them and it was still not sweet enough. ^^;; Gosh I was so full from all that tofu and my tongue a bit numb from too much spice. Though I think the tofu itself isn’t among the better ones I have eaten, and the seasoning relies too heavily on spice and nothing else. A full course is definitely too much. Just ordering the sandwich will be great though if you crave a healthy meal.
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