There are so many small shops at Ginza alleyways to visit. One very popular ramen shop is Kagari. We got there 30 minutes before their opening time yet there were already 5 people in front of us. A few minutes later though, a soft spoken chef came out to inform us that we (meaning Little A) cannot go in their tiny shop. Boooo Kagari. What difference does it make to have a sleeping baby with us? We are still people…people who are hungry..people who wanted ramen! Booooo!
Disheartened, we went to Torigin instead. I didn’t want to go to the same restaurant we’ve been to, so…. we went to the *new* Torigin instead! Apparently, they parted ways some 50 years ago and opened shop just beside the old one.
It’s more cramp than the original but the food is the same! Exactly the same!
The chicken kamameshi that was good enough for Little A to eat!
Remember how sad I was to be turned away? So DrG said we could have dessert at Pierre Marcolini! *grin* Okay….if you insist! 🙂 🙂 🙂
They were out of waffles so that’s something to go back for.
Marcolini Chocolate Gateau
Being turned away wasn’t all that bad afterall.
5-5-8 Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo 104-0061