Last night, I went shopping at my usual supermarket. On the way back home, I noticed a little homely restaurant that I had never even noticed before. I peered in, envious of the couple dining there, thinking that it was way out of my budget. However, after reading over the chalkboard menu outside, I was delighted to find that the prices were extremely low considering the location.
I decided on the old-fashioned Showa style Neapolitan spaghetti, while my friend got the gyoza teishoku.
This was the first time that I ever tried Neapolitan spaghetti in Japan. It has been a very popular dish here since the Show era, but I never had the opportunity to try it. It is very sweet and oily, but the vegetables are well fried so they are still fresh and crispy!
After we had finished our meals, the owner even brought us free tea and sweets, both of which were delicious!
These homemade treats were so delicious that we decided to get their strawberry daifuku only for 150 yen!