|It's like a Starbucks, a Pret A Manger, and a Japanese|
Sushi Restaurant rolled into one.
|It's bring your fish to work day.|
Of course when I got home, I looked at the menu, and realized that my carpool partner made a huge mistake. Toshi's has katsu-don!. What's katsu-don, you ask? It's probably the most popular Japanese comfort food, which often is sold by street vendors. It's traditionally made of deep-fried and battered pork cutlets, onions, broth and partially cooked eggs over rice. It's outrageously good! Considering the rareity of finding such a dish in Greensboro, I can't wait for my chance to get back and try their's.
In fact my family fell in love with katsu-don while researching my first book, Nosh. My only complaint with Japanese food is the lack of cheese. (They're not fond of cows are they?) Especially on katsu-don, I think it would be amazing. Since I've never tried it, I can only suspect it would be some sort of faux pas, but since Toshi's is a unique, paradox in itself, I'm thinking Toshi's should add a bit of Euro essence (since that is their unique niche) and create a Gruyere topped katsu-don. Might be amazing?
|Katsudon, may make this Livvy's new favorite foreign restaurant in Greensboro.|