For who ? Japanese avenue meals lovers.
Cult dish? Sando, these sandwiches comprised of home made Japanese sandwich bread.
Within the Land of the Rising Solar, the sando is the trail that results in the Buddhist temples. Buddhist, we do not know, however temple of Hokkaido milkbread there is no such thing as a doubt about it! Each morning, Doriane (ex-Popine) makes this bread religiously: a loaf of plain or cereal, milk and cream bread, so comfortable that you could possibly lay your head on it.
That lunchtime, in a decor all in white tiles, kawaii cats and Kendrick Lamar poster, we chunk between two tracks of G-Funk in his divine Japanese sandwiches. Not possible to overlook the torikatsu (€12): fried hen cutlet, breaded in panko (ultra-crispy breadcrumbs) and black sesame, mixture of uncooked pink and white cabbage, carrots and salad, all coated in a bulldog sauce – brown, thick, candy and spicy ketchup. Bim! One other little killer, the pulled beef (€12 ditto), a braised beef cooked at low temperature for hours, with the identical combination and its hoisin sauce. Whether or not now we have religion or not (howdy Ophelia), this good steadiness between bread and filling, crispy and comfortable, salty and candy, leads us straight to the gates of paradise.
On weekends you can too have brunch for €27. On this system, particularly: a tori-katsu obtainable on a plate, with rice, uncooked greens, yuzu French dressing, wakame (or miso soup), pickles and matcha pancakes. To accompany with a sizzling drink, a juice of the day and nice bread from Ten Belles, to unfold with butter and jam.