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Published September 25th 2017
Chef Aki makes food for you, its Personal
Love Japanese food? While city workers keep the sushi stores alive with healthy lunch choices, ventures into the restaurant strips and suburbs yield a wide variety of the many styles of Japanese cuisines available.
Kome Kome allows you to try a variety of Japanese styles, but the emphasis is on noodles. The resident Barista makes an exceptional coffee too. In the Plant4 context, Kome is a little hidden away in the Northwestern wall. On your next visit, I suggest the culinary experience will be a rich regard for seeking them out. Quiet tables are often available too, a little tucked away from the vibrant public seating that gives Plant 4 its fabulous if sometimes a little noisy vibe.
The best thing of all is that you can sit and watch your meal being lovingly assembled, by a chef with all the respect required by Japanese tradition. My next visit is next week - hope to see you there.