Tenoha @ Daikanyama

When a colleague of mine, Ishida san resigned, we had a farewell party for him at Tenoha Daikanyama, which is a really great place for nice farewells or weekend lunches.

Think good food & good ambience!

I’ve been to Tenoha twice, and it has never failed to disappoint.

OK, enough talking, let’s let the food do the magic!

A ham plate to start off the evening.
A ham plate to start off the evening.
Uhh..I forgot the name of the fish. Guess I'm not meant to be a food critic.
Uhh..I forgot the name of the fish. Guess I’m not meant to be a food critic.
Soft breads as a side.
Soft breads as a side.
Salad. Mmm. My favourite. Not.
Salad. Mmm. My favourite. Not.
Pizza time, baby! This was yum!
Pizza time, baby! This was yum!
Cheesy, cheesy, cheesy goodness!
Cheesy, cheesy, cheesy goodness!
Pasta to fill you up!
Pasta to fill you up!
Little cream puffs to end the night.
Little cream puffs to end the night.

Link to Tenoha Daikanyama here.

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Ann Jie

Loves good conversations and hates small talk. Finds people fascinating and wonders why meanies exist. Loves writing violent, graphic short stories but finds horror movies too scary to watch. Follow me on Instagram @annjieslices or tweet me a slice of YOUR life at @annjieslices!

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