Just writing about this makes me miss Japan. Ah…the glory that is Japanese food! 😛 I was only able to try bento box there once, and that was during a train ride. This time around, I got to try it while sitting down. Offered during lunch, it’s time for some bento box at Kessaku.
I wondered how this would differ from a karaage. But maybe it’s with sauce served where the vinaigrette sauce complemented this one. On its own, it had this right saltiness and crisp but dip that meat in the sauce and it just made sense. It balanced the whole dish making up for one delicious appetizer.
And that was one full meal! Their bento box offers all come with miso soup, assorted sashimi, vegetables, fresh fruits and a glass of their house blend iced tea. I had their Chicken Teriyaki which I found to be flavorful. The same could be said of their Ebi Tempura. It might gear on being pricey but hey, you do get a full and hearty meal.
Available from 11AM to 2:30PM, bento boxes here are good for those hungry moments when in the south. You do get your money’s worth as the choices, whether it’s their Ebi Tempura, Chicken Teriyaki, Beef Tenderloin and Pork Tonkatsu, are made with care. They are true to their word of “creating a masterpiece” when it comes to their dishes. 🙂
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