Monday I met up with my host-brother's wife, Kazumi.
She had been wanting to check out some mexican food, so I suggested we go to Tacos el Nopal in Juso.
Satoshi and I had eaten here previously but in the evening, so I was also interested in seeing what they served for lunch.
Their lunch menu is limited. Choose from 5 entree items. Your meal also comes with guacamole, soup & dessert...1000 yen.
Kazumi chose the en tomatada, two small corn tortillas filled with chicken swimming in a tomato chili sauce and topped with queso fresco.
I chose the burrito, a soft tortilla filled with chicken, beans, rice & cheese.
We shared our entrees with each other and agreed they were both delicious though not spicy at all.
After lunch, Kazumi had some time before having to pick up her son, so we popped into Hamburg, a sweet shop.
I had tried their sweets when they were in Daimaru Umeda, but since the renovation there, they are no longer selling their sweets there.
Kazumi tried their strawberry mont blanc and I had their "strawberry forest"....refreshing!
It was a nice lunch and a great time.