Sunday, December 18, 2011

Ocean's Table


This is starting to become a food blog with a dash of plants...so sorry. I will promise to get out more as soon as possible!

But anyways, just wanted to share what I had at the cafe Ocean's Table the other day. Doesn't the Taco Rice look good? It's a Japanese dish that people love to think is from Hawai'i or somewhere else...but it's really not. haha.

I also love the cafe's interior design, especially the tables with the palm trees and seagulls!


20 comments:

  1. I'm intrigued. What's in this dish?

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  2. I'm not complaining! Please keep the yummy Japanese food photos coming!
    Itadakimasu!

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  3. Now my stomach is growling! That looks like a taco salad with an egg on top. Very interesting! I am thankful that I am going to a Mexican restaurant for lunch today. Now I know what I will be ordering! - And I love seeing what y'all are eating. The food of a culture is a huge part of the soul of it! - I've never been to the Smithsonian and want to go very badly! I'm so glad that you got to see it and during a good time of the year too.

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  4. I have nothing against your posts about food, I am always curious about something new and delicious...

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  5. Ooooo! that egg is just perfect for stabbing and letting the yolk run down into the rice, I am definitely having an egg just like that one for breakfast tomorrow morning Kaori..

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  6. Lol, and I'm having eggs for dinner! Love that decoration!

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  7. See, no one's complaining. And that's a perfectly done egg.

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  8. It does look delicious. I love PerthDailyPhoto’s imagery. Now if I can figure out how to get the ground beef substituted with tempeh or garbanzo (La Jolla in Hirô used to make knock-out tacos with something like garbanzo fritters [I wonder what language Jananese is]).

    Thanks to this post of yours I now know that “My City” isn’t “mine” anymore, but Lumine Est. Things change. I was actually surprised that My City looked the same in 1969 as I knew it decades later.

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  9. Holding body, mind and soul together.

    Please have a good new week.

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  10. That does look really tasty. And I love the night shots of those leaves too!

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  11. Because of a certain person’s inspiration I just polished off a fried-egg sandwich.

    (I love the name of the sweets shop on B-1 of Lumine Est—“Goody for You”.)

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  12. I can't decide whether that looks deliciously unhealthy or deliciously healthy. ;) Yummy stuff. More, please!

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  13. I wanted to click on the top photo to enlarge it but I’m afraid it might be SPAM (ha ha).

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  14. Looks good... Happy Christmas and Happy New Year Kaori, catch you in the new year, Ev

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  15. That is the freaking most bestest way to serve an egg - - with the yolk all puffed out and everything else fat and just slightly fried on the bottom.

    Whoever puts that on a sandwich for me I will marry.

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  16. Hi everyone! Thanks for the comments, always :D

    @Birdman, this has chopped lettuce, tomatos, tortilla chips, ground beef, and chili beans on rice with an egg topping. You eat it by mixing it all together!

    @Leif, arigato-gozaimasu!

    @Rachel, how was the mexican lunch? This is so simple and yet so good...I sometimes make it at home, too!

    @VP, thank you! I've still got plenty of more dishes to share :D

    @Grace, I can never make eggs like this...you'll have to teach me how!

    @Ciel, good thing a lot of people seem to like eggs!

    @Karin, it is a work of art, isn't it? ;-)

    @TallGary, I like to use veggie meat when I make it at home. And yes, it's called Lumine Est for a couple of years now :D

    @Robert, thank you!

    @Al, isn't the table great? I love it too!

    @Rurousha, I'm thinking a little of both! hehe.

    @Mats, thank you for your comment!

    @Evelyn, thank you! Happy holidays to you, too :D

    @Angrygaijin, whoever teaches me how to make that egg I will marry.

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  17. Taco rice... talk about fusion! :-D

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  18. @Francisca, it's delicious fusion :D

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