Tokyo was not some place where we expected to find street food but we did came across some gems.
Like while stumbling around in Shunjuku one night, we found this back alley where there were a whole lot of small little outlet selling Yakitori and noodles. These are really small outlet like this one here which can only seat at most 6 persons in front of the counter.
There were a few variety of skewered meat wrapped over different sort of vegetables and mushroom.
Nothing really spectacular about the food except for the below bowl of curry like food filled with what I believes are the left over from the making of the Yakitori. This was really good.
Just a short walk away from the above was a soba stall which had a perpetual queue. One reason for the queue was that the place can only sit 8 persons so everybody wait their turn for some one to finish, sit down, order and gulp down the gigantic bowl of noodle and then goes off.
Of course, we being food loving Singaporean, we got to join the queue and wolf down the bowl of noodle despite us just finishing the Yakitori. By the way, the bowl of noodle only cost Y300!
Just before our hotel, there was this little mobile truck selling Sweet Potato. M bought 2 to try. She said they are very soft. I think they have been cooked to death!
At Asakusa, there were stalls after stalls of snack food. Most time we don’t know what they are but that did not stop us from buying everything that looks good which practically mean every stall.
Some sort of pastry which comes in different flavours like green tea and strawberry.
This store had the longest queue
And the Princess with their produce – a huge polo bun
Master chef making some sort of hot dog.
And M enjoying it
Another Chef doing something else
And that me with the result.
Not really a lot of street food but what was available was good although I think they are not too healthy. But heck, I will have regretted it forever if I didn’t try any of them!
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