During the five days with my parents in Japan, I wanted to pick one meal and splurge. I was looking for good food and a Japanese experience. Eventually, I decided on sukiyaki at Moritaya’s Kiyamachi branch — Kansai region style of sukiyaki with kuroge wagyu beef, a tatami-floored private dining room, and a view of the Kamogawa River. It was a fantastic lunch that everyone fully enjoyed. The surrounding area is fun to walk around. I definitely recommend this place for a Kyoto trip.
Besides classic Cajun and Creole food like gumbo, jambalaya and etouffee, and the amazing charcuterie plus pub food at Cochon Butcher, there are a couple of must-eats in New Orleans ── beignets at Cafe Du Monde, muffuletta from Central Grocery, and po-boys. (My blog post about Gumbo Shop, Acme Oyster House and the whole complicated and yummy world about Cajun and Creole food.)
除了經典的Cajun或Creole菜像是gumbo, jambalaya and etouffee，和超好吃的肉販兼三明治酒吧Cochon Butcher，有幾樣來紐奧良必吃的食物：Cafe Du Monde的糖粉雙胞胎beignets、Central Grocery的義大利三明治muffuletta、和紐奧良潛艇堡po boy。(經典紐奧良菜和錯綜複雜的Cajun and Creole歷史和差別在另一篇網誌)