Not just a croissant. On my recent trip to Japan I savored an extremely good plain omelet – truly French style in quality – in Tokyo. Aux Bacchanales http://auxbacchanales.com/shop/index.html is a French cafe concept restaurant with bakery, which first brought the essence and charm of French cafe experience to Tokyo citizens back in 1995...Read More
Monthly Archives January 2016
The udon dough recipe indeed use more salt than pasta and bread dough. It is not a mistake. Salt strengthens and stretches gluten in flour, producing distinctive chewy texture in the final dough/noodles.
When we cook udon noodles we cook it in boiling water. We do not add salt in it...Read More
Tokyo is a Michelin star studded city. There are hundreds of good restaurants. Here is a must check web-site for you, when you are planning to visit Tokyo. https://savorjapan.com/tokyo/?cid=awse_pc_yg_ss_us_31_02&gclid=CLX1pPnWmMoCFcEUHwodqYsCPAWhen Every restaurant, which you dream of, is here.
I love to eat at old establishments, many of which do not have Michelin star. I am glad for that. One of such restaurants is Isegen, a 185 years old restaurant where they serve anko-nabe (monkfish hot po...Read More