I lunched at Muusa (Tokyo) today, savouring a pork stew prepared with dark beer and red tomatoes by TSUGAWA Sachiko and her assistant. It was sooo soft!
Why not taste this delicious pork stew at lunch the next time you visit Tokyo’s Chiyoda district?
- Muusa = ムーサ, Chiyoda district = 千代田区 (Chiyoda-ku), Tokyo = 東京.
- TSUGAWA Sachiko = 津川・幸子.
Eating delicious Japanese food was a great way to end a busy successful week of work so I ate twice at Nago café (Tokyo) this Friday!
For lunch, NASHIRO Tsugumi cooked a delicious omelette containing goya (from Okinawa) and cheese, topped with a spicy tomato sauce. The set also included a soup with sesame oil, seaweeds, white rice, hot coffee, and a tiny slice of tankan (orange) pound cake.
For dinner, Tsugumi cooked a potato potage topped with banno-negi (onion) and surprising pork rolls containing bell pepper, green beans or okra.
I learn new things about Japanese food and/or international cooking every time I go to this restaurant; these dishes are perfect examples!
- Banno-negi = 万能ネギ, Goya = ゴーヤー, Tankan = タンカン.
- NASHIRO Tsugumi = 名城・嗣巳.
- Nago café = なごかふぇ, Tokyo = 東京.
- Okinawa archipelago = 沖縄諸島 (Okinawa-shoto).