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April pics


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From this week we’ll have a new beer on the blackboard. It’s a Belgian cherry beer from the Haacht breweries not too far from Brussels.
This sweet, fruity beer is made with cherries and has 3.5% alc. A bottle at Bondiya is 500 yen, served in the original Mystic beer glass.

This beer is quite sweet and is comparable to, for example, cassis soda. It is not a really strong beer and doesn’t have much of the bitterness like normal beer, so even if you don’t like beer that much, we still recommend this beer.

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For April we have onion soup or tomato soup and 3 other small appetizers on the starter plate.
The 3 options for main dish are.
1. Nasi goreng with chicken sate (Both from the night menu)

2. Fish of the day sauteed with paprika salsa and spinach.

3.Shoarma in pita bread with garlic mayo.


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Number 3: Ham salad

Number 2: Nachos


Number 1: The soup of the month (March) was mustard soup and very popular.
No image available, sorry.

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Last Saturday (March 10th) was the annual Ise St.Patricks day parade again. This Irish festival is even celebrated here in Ise. Every year a lot of Irish and other nationalities dress up in green and other weird outfits and parade between Geku and Ise station. After this there is some dancing and Guinness beer drinking. This year, some of the participants had dinner at Bondiya and these parade goers always bring the right mood. Thanks guys. See you next year.

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Last week, Eriko and I went to the Japan Food expo in Tokyo in the Makuhari Messe. We left on Tuesday night by car and slept a bit in the morning. At 10:00 we met up with Aoki san, Bondiya’s alcohol delivery, and the first part of the day we strolled thru the Japan section. Every prefecture had it’s own area where food producers were promoting their products to exporters, wholesalers, restaurants, and other food industry people. It was very interesting to taste and see all these kind of products and we got loads of samples and leaflets. We are definitely use some of these ingredients. The second part of the day, we spent walking around the foreign products and different countries promotion stands. Here we could taste wine, beer, food, snacks and many other things. Eriko and I enjoyed tasting all kinds of wines. We met a lot of interesting people from many countries. At 3 we were exhausted and decided to go back. Next year again???

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