|Toasted Bread with Balsamic Sauce ... and a touch of house wine.|
For the main entrée on this evening I went with the black peppered pork roast with lemon and vegetables, which costs an additional 300 yen. The veggies consisted of eggplant, red and yellow bell peppers, sweet potato, and a carrot purée, all being served at room temperature making them, as a whole, seem more like ratatouille. The pork steak was soft, tender, and peppery, with a thin crusty layer on top that added a textural delight to the senses. This was truly scrumptious! Although the pork came with the same spicy mustard that accompanies the beef steak they serve, it didn’t go as well with the pork as it did with the beef. But the pork didn’t need any additional accoutrements to aid in its appreciation, it stood alone.
|Dinner Steak & Fries with Balsamic Sauce|
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