Hear this. As I left work to go meet my assistant for dinner, I was walking up a small street from the train station and from the corner of my eye I noticed a bike parked in an awkward location. “Could it be?”, I thought. So when I turned around to take a good look…HOLY HIRAUCHI! IT WAS MY BIKE!! Someone had ditched my bike not very far from where it was taken. Unbelievable!
Anyway, my assistant was craving something spicy. So I suggested Tom’s Seimen (Tom’s 製麺) in Shimokitazawa.
Apparently everyone was looking for Tom. But the only question on my mind was ‘who the eff is Tom?’
Among the many Szechwan-influenced dishes, the Tan Tan Men is apparently their specialty.
Isn’t she beautiful? Hot!
The Mabo Tofu Ramen is also a specialty.
For what it’s worth, I found Tom. He was as cool as owners get. And if you’re ever craving authentic-style Chinese food in Tokyo, this is the place to go. Thanks Tom!
After all that spice, the assistant needed a drink to quench her thirst. So I took her to see Uno-san at the 808 Lounge.
Petit Cheese KitKat? Okay that was random.
I know what you’re thinking. But I’m not telling ya!