Tokyo Solo Trip : Noob Guide from A noob.
Part 2: Food to fill the tummy.
Being Malaysian, makan is a very important thing. Most of the time, the itinerary would be based on where to eat and when.
Thanks to @nurezzahliyana and @linstermt , I got to plan out where to eat for both days I was in Tokyo.
Since it’s a free and easy trip for me, I wanted to have comfort food. What’s more comforting than Japanese Curry 🍛 !
Here’s the breakdown.
1.Ebi Tenpura(¥540) - Tendon Tenya, Asakusa.
You’ll be served with a bowl of hot rice and miso soup. The freshly fried prawn, sweet potato, long beans and fish made the meal so filling after walking around Sensoji on a rainy morning.
2.Chicken Tenders with Curry. (¥950)
Oolong Tea(¥150)- CoCo Ichibanya, Shinjuku.
The search for curry was a quest! I was all over Shinjuku. So, thanks to curry, I had a fair share of exploring shinjuku and its surroundings. The best discovery are usually unplanned💕
3.Foam Macchiato.(¥450)-Starbucks at Tsutaya Ginza Six, Ginza.
It’s like drinking a liquid form of meringue which are not sweet. Swipe to see my reaction 😆. Caution: the starbucks here are always full.
4.Banana with Whipped Cream Crepe(¥440) - CafeCrepe-Harajuku.
This was my last treat as I was emptying my purse and Thank God it was a good one🤤 The cream is something I could only dream of. @linstermt said they have a shop in kiara/hartamas.
5.Tuna Onigiri and Melon Bread (¥273) - Family Mart, Higashi-Nihonbashi.
This was a quick dash to the combini and to stave off the hunger pang. The last thing you wanted is a hangry zati 😆
In total, I spent ¥2803 for two days. That’s approximately RM103.70.
1.For food, read up review at halal-navi.com or simply ask friends 😉
2. Keep snacks handy. Thanks @kookiedrama for the cookies
Next, Part 3: Footprinting Tokyo, places to go.