|We had a table by the window with a view of the very nice courtyard. Just like this picture. A very nice dining experience.|
|The lady showed us 2 set menus. This one, Special Tofu Course for Yen4,200.|
|Yam soup (left) and sesame tofu (right). The yam soup which was served cold was nice although the texture was a bit unusual - slimy. The older one liked it though but G didn't. G and I preferred the sesame tofu.|
|Grilled tofu with sweet miso. An interesting combo.|
|Vegetable tempura. Light and crispy.|
The tofu was good but was a bit more rustic than we had expected and remembered from our last visit. The tofu we remembered from 16 years ago was silky smooth. Maybe our memories playing tricks....
By now, I am getting a little curious as to the difference between the Special Tofu Course and the Yudofu Course because we got 3 of everything. I reopened the menu and started counting the dishes. Exactly the same! So, why the difference in price? Tried to make sense of it by reading the Chinese characters. The only thing I can see was "無農藥" (no insecticides) in the description for the Special Tofu Course. So we paid more for "organic" tofu???
The lady must have thought we were such bad parents as we ordered organic for ourselves and non-organic for the kids!
|Rice and pickles to eat with the tofu.|