I visited Tomii, my favourite Japanese restaurant in Shizuoka City last night to sample the “Sansai/Wild Mountain Vegetables” menu (coming posting for vegans and vegetarians!). Befi\ore the last dish, I was offered a great dish in its simpicity and taste that I couldn’t include in posting for vegans and vegetarians!
I call it “Japanese Fusion” because it is clever, if simple, association of Japanese and Italian tastes:
Two kind of (green and white) extremely frsh asparaguses were simply fried in olive oil. No need for boiling them.
They were then served with freshly grated Parmeggiano and sprinkled with a balsamico-base dressing.
Mr. Tomii added a “onsen tamago/Japanese-style poached egg” to break and eat together wth the asparaguses.
Some pimentoes added the final colour touch.
Simple and so “oishii/scrumptious”!
A great combination of crunchiness (asparaguse) and tenderness (egg)!
Shizuoka City, Aoi Ku, Tokiwa-cho, 1-2-7, Tomii Bldg, 1F
Business hours: 17:00~22:00
Closed on Sundays
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4 thoughts on “Japanese Fusion Cuisine at Tomii”
Thanks again! I tried these at home for breakfast – i was thrilled! I still have to work on my egg poaching technique, but otherwise, I’d love to do this again before asparagus season is over.
Cheers, my good friend!
Glad I gave you an idea for a great breakfast!
Thanks, R-G! This looks great, I think I’ll try some for breakfast! I’ll let you know how it goes… 🙂
Cheers, dear Friend!