I recently saw someone wearing a t-shirt that read, “I travel to eat.” And that is definitely me too.
In Japan I ate different foods I’d never had in Vancouver’s Japanese restaurants and there are definitely more than I can count. So to stretch my taste buds further, I ordered a set menu in a nearby Kyoto restaurant that included eight courses. Just as enchanting as the food and the artistic way it was displayed, were the waitresses who wore kimonos and didn’t speak any English.
It sounded like a lot of food, but the dishes were small and sometimes I didn’t know what I was eating but I ate everything (except a snail).