This was all part of the 1290 yen女王 set lunch menu. The appetizers included gobou soup (I don’t like gobou but this was good!) and a sliced roast duck salad with a tangy dressing (also quite nice). For the main entrée I ordered my usual grilled chicken with mustard sauce, topped with a heavy dose of red onions that produced a wonderful aroma. In choosing dessert I paid an additional 350 yen for the gateau chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream. The chopped frozen fruit (apple pear, raspberries, and kiwi) that was used as a garnish was just so-so but the raspberry sauce drops went well with the cake. The Jersey ice cream was rich and flavorful!
My wife went with a fish dish that she was satisfied with and for dessert went for the simpler custard pudding with vanilla ice cream.
Yesterday’s lunch was fantastic fare at Bistro Ampoule. They were very hospitable as we arrived a bit late in the day for their lunch set but they were still more than happy to accommodate us. I went with my standard steak and fries while my wife ordered the pepperoncino and shrimp pasta. She was quite surprised with the generous amount of big shrimp on her plate.
On Saturday before catching a glimpse of the Yosakoi festival, we gave Sasebo Burger yet another try. I’ll be writing more about this visit soon but I must say we walked out of there stuffed to the gills.
But about five hours later we felt like having a snack, so we wondered down to Casa del Sol’s for a Mexican treat. Luckily, we were able to get a table, unlike our two or three previous attempts within the last four months. Of course we ordered the guacamole and chips that we love, while my wife went with the tortilla soup and I the Mexican tacos. As usual, everything was good and the food brought back memories of my life back in the States.
All in all we had some great food this past holiday weekend. And I wonder why I can’t lose any more weight.
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