After that meh pasta lunch, it got me to thinking...
"why was it so expensive?"
In Osaka, usually when you order something à la carte, the price is usually under 1000 yen.
I looked online this morning and realized they had overcharged me!
The price they had charged me had included their salad bar and a beverage (coffee, tea, or juice)...
I told Satoshi about it and he said that even if we complained, it would be a waste of a round-trip bus fare to go and get them to return my money.
I am usually good about recognizing when I'm over charged but I guess I wasn't paying attention...grr!
Oh well, lesson learned...but I am still kicking myself for not noticing until this morning.
Will end this post on a good note...
My main reason for going to Onohara yesterday was to try Lever du Soleil which opened recently.
The bakers from Boulangerie Antibes have teamed up with this bakery now.
This morning we tried their curry pan (similar to the curry pan at Antibes with walnuts in the bread), tomato spinach quiche and yuzu shio (citron salt) pan.
Everything was delicious, especially the yuzu shio pan, crisp outside and a flaky soft inside with lots of yuzu salt flavor.
If I can get back out this way, I hope to stop in at this bakery again.
Lever du Soleil