Tag Archives: Japanese

Happy 100th Post for EatFoodNao! A Quick Adventure in Mitsuwa’s Food (Edgewater, NJ)

Wow, I’m so excited! This is the blog’s 100th post! YA! I somehow managed to publish some kind of kitty/foodstuff post almost every time too. In an effort to celebrate, I wanted to share some foodstuffs I ate in Mitsuwa … Continue reading

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Lunching at Renga-Tei is so Oishilicious!! (Lincolnwood, IL)

I LOVE RENGA-TEI! Renga-Tei is an old school Japanese restaurant that caters to Japanese, Japanese Americans (niseis, sanseis, etc. meaning 2nd generation, 3rd generation, etc.) and to the general American public. I first heard about Renga-Tei from some good friends … Continue reading

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Finding Masa’s Sushi Bar was a bit like Finding Nemo (Boston, MA)

Aside from eating in the windy city, I take advantage of other culinary delights (or failings) that other cities have to offer. In this post, I head to Boston. In a previous post, I talked about Wagamama. Oh goodness, after … Continue reading

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It’s Never a Rainy Day at Sunshine Cafe

Sometimes I want a home cooked meal and don’t want to cook it myself. The answer to that is Sunshine Cafe. Image taken from Yelp What IS Sunshine Cafe? Why, it’s a cozy Japanese American home styled restaurant. Is there … Continue reading

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A Place Like Wagamama Sounds Like a Wrestling Move (Boston, MA)

Aside from eating in the windy city, I take advantage of other culinary delights (or failings) that other cities have to offer. In this post, I head to Boston. I had never heard of Wagamama before coming to Boston. I’m … Continue reading

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Miso Ramen at Noodles by Takashi Yagihashi

I first heard about Noodles by Takashi Yagihashi through various food sites and word of mouth. It wasn’t until BE (boyfriend elected) peaked my interest. After a ramen huddle, I was on a mission to find this place. More like, … Continue reading

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