March 06, 2007

Tateru Yoshino Shiba Park Hotel (タテル ヨシノ)

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3675yen lunch course. This place is inside a hotel. At first I thought it was a modern hotel, but turned out it was a little old. We went on a Sunday lunch and there were families eating lunch there - very casual.
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Amuse bouche: Maguro tartare rolled in aubergine.
Uni flan and pumpkin "awayuki"(probably meaning it is like snow, i.e. light and foamy).
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060130 035喜界島産コバトのロティ、ポトフ仕立て。 温かい林檎タルトキャラメルのアイス。
Baby pigeon roti in pot-au-feu.
warm apple tart and caramel ice-cream.

Quite good quality food for the price. Especially love the pigeon meat which is very tender. The server told us that the pink olive-shape thing was pigeon's heart, but it tasted like egg with egg yolk inside....I grabbed the waiter again and he said it was egg afterall(^^;;;). Forgot whether he said it was pigeon egg or quail egg.
Menu: 1, 2, 3.
Tateru Yoshino

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Hi fooger, thank you~~
I enjoyed your review on Robuchon. I can't believe the chateau is real!!!

seat | March 13, 2007 11:02 PM

Hey Seat happy Birthday! Love your pictures. Make me want to try them out...

fooger | March 13, 2007 12:11 PM

Let's not correct them.....^^;;;

Thanks~. So many people are born in March~ ^^;;;
I love nougat sweets too! That chewy texture is addictive.

Maison Kayser has some healthy bread with fruits and nuts which are also nice. Go try try lor.

seat | March 8, 2007 06:29 PM

haha some blog think you're "more than one person"...

Joan | March 8, 2007 05:26 PM

baby pigeon~ wow I never had that since childhood eating that in chinese restaurant (craving it *q*). Haha pigeon liver vs egg, how can such mistake be made (deliberate?). The candies are so tempting. I've once bought a huge bar of nougat in market (onces that import Euro goods) and I devour the entire thing within half an hour. ^^;;

Freda | March 8, 2007 05:11 PM

Happy belated birthday Seat! Have fun at Kyoto!

Freda | March 8, 2007 05:03 PM

then I think I've been to D&D in Shinagawa...

Yeah, a Maison Kayser newly opened in Tw...
they said quite good...I dont know...havent eat...
still on Diet..

inoka | March 8, 2007 03:52 PM

No cakes no going out for my birthday cos I'm going to Kyoto tomorrow for a tour and am trying to finish some work being going~~

Now I recall...I tried the Austrian buffet held in the Westin hotel in Ebisu, and I remember the desserts were all super-sweet nothing-fancy cut cakes...
D&D is expensive even in Japan!! The D&D in Shibuya is only for take-out. Did you go to the one inside Shinagawa station(you know near that visa bureau...) which has a small eat-in space, or the cafe in Marunouchi?
What Maison Kayser in Taiwan?!!!

seat | March 8, 2007 03:36 PM

It's Austiran la~~~ XD
of course there is no royalty in Aussie...

Tw opens a Dean & Deluca as well...very expensive...I was wondering did I go to D&D in Jpn before...

oh..Maison Kayser opened as well...

inoka | March 8, 2007 12:18 PM

haha is there any "royal" in Australia at all...

did you get special cake for your bday? :P

Joan | March 8, 2007 06:17 AM

Austrian royal dessert? Very curious...^^;;;
Let go have some nice cakes when you come here~

It is pink because it is cooked in red wine apparently. ^^;;


seat | March 7, 2007 07:58 PM

Happy Bday....

Tw dessert really only soso....orz
Last weekend I spent over 400NT go eat so called Austria royal dessert...

oh well...

anyway, Happy Bday~~~hope can see u this yr

inoka | March 7, 2007 03:00 PM

Hey Seat Happy birthday! :D

The pink thing does look a bit like heart or some sort of intenstine. Weird that it's pink@

Joan | March 7, 2007 07:30 AM



しんぶ | March 7, 2007 12:57 AM