I’ve been gallivanting around Europe and ended up working from our London Office for a week. The night before I left was a little crazy so Friday lunch needed to be a soul restoring affair. Thank god for Billy and the Chicks!
If you’ve ever been to Rome, you’ll know that eating there can be a little bit hit or miss. There are some fantastic, authentic restaurants and then there are the tourist traps. We were staying near Roma Termini, which greatly increases the rate of miss. And after a full day of sight-seeing and walking around, we were both just in the mood for a quick and easy pizza.
I always feel embarrassed in Rome when I go to a tourist trap place for lunch. I always feel like I should know better. But sometimes, when you’re in a really touristy part of Rome around lunchtime, you feel like you have not choice. Unless you know about Alfredo e Ada.
Firstly, let me say that Kyoto is one of the most beautiful places I have ever been. I’m so glad that a group of us stayed on the for the weekend and headed down there after a business trip to Tokyo. We also had amazing weather. Warm and sunny which made the Kinkaku-ji Temple shine. But after a busy morning sight-seeing, we were all in the mood for a hearty lunch…
I totally s**te the bed on this blog post. I started to take photos and got so engrossed in the food that I forgot to take them the whole way through. Usually, I’d decide that I wasn’t going to post in that case but Tetsu’s was so good, I felt it still had to be shared.