November 21, 2006

Atelier de mannebiches (アトリエ・ド・マヌビッシュ@春日)

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The square-cut white bread is famous in this local bakery so I just got it even though I have no butter/jam/spread of any kind in my fridge, and I confess I can't eat white bread on its own. Toasted it and ate it with just honey, nice nice.
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Apricot and walnut. Maple and walnut. Roasted beef sandwich - lots of pepper and onions.
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Camenbert cheese sandwich. Pork salami and cheese focaccia(salty but quite good). Sausage Casse-Croute.
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French toast(soaked with egg, very good!). Marron Danish(marron paste and sweet potato inside).
Atelier de mannebiches

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Hey scenic, thanks!! I am looking forward to try kaya!!
You went to Little Fat Sheep!! I wish I were there. Love the food there, but the environment is very noisy and busy. It is a good choice cos this is something you don't want to try in Singapore - too hot!!

seat | November 27, 2006 07:19 PM

hi, seat & freda! the jam's called "kaya" and it's made from coconut & egg. yup it's good! seat, i'll definitely bring some for you next time! :) :D

ps. that french toast looks delicious!

pps. just came back from a Hong Kong biz trip. Yuj brought me to the "Little Fat Sheep" mongolian steamboat place, the one you blogged about last time too - true to expectations, it's real yummy! though the smell really sticks to the clothes & hair...

scenic | November 27, 2006 12:43 AM

I went there twice lor. Had the sandwiches, French toast and pastry for dinner(2 days' dinner!). The rest went to my freezer. How come everyone is asking me if I ate them all in one day?!! ^^;;; I just took the photos around the same time of the day and at the same place(my work desk).
Brazilian cheese bread? I never tried so wouldn't know...the salami and the cheese are in the middle of the bun.
I never tried coconut jam. Gotta ask my Singaporean friend to bring me one when she comes to Japan next time.

seat | November 24, 2006 05:14 PM

cheese it those Brazilian cheese bread? Did you buy these bread in a period of time? The lighting of the photo are quite consistence ^^;;

Freda | November 23, 2006 05:30 PM

That's lots of breads, I hope you're eating them in the span of a week ^^;; Toast with honey? that sounds good!

have you try those Singapore coconut jam (it's green in color)? They're very good with slices of butter on toast! I wonder if you can get them in Japan though.

Joan | November 23, 2006 05:19 PM


seat | November 23, 2006 12:48 AM


やっこ | November 22, 2006 08:46 PM