The other week when Satoshi and I went to Kobe, I stopped in Le Dimanche to pick up a few items.
When I came out, I spotted Tor Road Deli.
I had heard of them, but didn't realize they were right across the street from Le Dimanche.
Satoshi and I popped in and picked up some bacon and bologna. Everything that we bought happened to be 30% off and came out to 977 yen (about US$9.77).
I was surprised that the bacon had many slices, usually you can only get about 4 or 5 from other brands for just about the same price.
The package of bacon had 10 slices and the bologna had 10 slices (I counted).
Though there wasn't enough fat to make the bacon crisp.
We had the bologna one morning as a bologna and cheese sandwich. They also gave us a packet of french mustard, it tasted like French's yellow mustard and went nicely with the bologna.
This deli was different from what I imagined a deli to be like; more meats and no salads. I think in French they call this type of deli a charcuterie.
They even have a sandwich room on the 2nd floor, which I think you can order and eat sandwiches there.
I'm glad we got to try some of their items. I will buy from them the next time I go to Hankyu department store or Kobe.
Tor Road Delicatessen