or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by ehkay

Black Bass: Symphony #1 in 5 Movements (:
Yea the person I got the tip from noted that it was rising meteorically on tabelog. I'll go out on a limb and predict a visit from bibendum in the fall.Might not have seen the ramen shop because we got kind of lost on the way (took the wrong fork in the road out of the subway station and had to stop in Lawson's or whatever to have them point us in the right direction) and ended up coming the far way down the street that it's on.
Don't think so. It's in the basement of a nondescript building.You look down onto this from the street.
That's another market of people who might need the benefits of a precisely temperature controlled water bath though.
If you'd memorized The French Laundry book, you'd know that they discuss chlorophyll in there.
Seizan (Haruyama)—Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyohttp://seizan-mita.com/http://r.tabelog.com/tokyo/A1307/A130702/13127807/Seizan is a kappo restaurant that opened last summer, manned by Haruhiko Yamamoto, in his early thirties, with seemingly 10+ years working at places in the country with which I’m not familiar. Apparently the same Kanji can be Seizan or Haruyama, so I guess that’s how it got the name. It’s a pretty streamlined setup—8 or so counter seats, a private room, and a...
I'm finishing up a "review" mainly for impolyt of a place I went to in Tpkyo that served them pretty simply cooked with some sea eel. They're nice--asparagusy/green tasting with a bit different texture. The whole thing was served on a plate with fiddleheads even painted on it. Ingredient extremism indeed.
I got some pretty terrible peas also. They looked nice though. I think petit pois > are always the way to go.
I'll never tell.Serve them as a vegetable?
You should make an apparatus similar to the alginate caviar shooter that will just have 100 syringes in a circle.lepicerie maybe?
New Posts  All Forums: