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For those of you that have stuck around, hopefully you can find some enjoyment from my post. In case you haven’t figured it out, today’s Perfect Moment will include references to food. Delicious food.
Having spent the early afternoon aimlessly wandering through a stamp and coin show where I somehow managed not to buy anything–though I found an amazing collection of Japanese stamps that I desperately want, but would have to sell a kidney to afford, I decided to reward myself with some Japanese comfort food.
For me, that means tonkatsu. I went to J-Town, which is located on the north side of the last street in Toronto–which technically means it isn’t in Toronto. Inside the grocery store they have a no tipping restaurant that serves tonkatsu, omurice, udon, curry, and a few other dishes. The menu is posted above the counter, not handed out to the customers.
I used to go there more often, but now only go once or twice a year….or whenever I am in the neighbourhood.
After dinner, I perused the goods on sale and decided I needed some comfort snacks as well.