Zenshutoku – For Perfect, Long Drawn Out Lunches

I have a new favourite brunch place in town, especially when I’m craving Chinese food. The first time I went here, I was with my friend Aurore. I’d just quit my job, and she was on maternity leave, so we had a nice, long, slow relaxing lunch.

When we were there the first time, all we had was Peking duck, which did not disappoint. In fact, it was so surprisingly good that I went back a couple of times after. If you go here, I would recommend going for the lunch set, which costs about 2,500yen per pax. Food is of incredibly high quality, and you will be left stuffed and happy!

Take a look at what I had!

We started off with a cold appetizer. Tofu skin, meat and red peppers made for a delicious start.
You cannot NOT order the duck when you come here. Crispy duck in a wrap – to be savored slowly.
This photo doesn’t do justice to how amazing the duck is, but trust me, it’s delightful.
Dimsum was next.
Chinese would never be complete without a Xiao Long Bao!
Finished off with perfectly seasoned fried rice, which took me back to the days my mom used to make me fried rice.
Soup. One bowl was not enough.
Last but not least, a refreshing pudding.

If you’re not salivating by now, you should be. Zenshutoku is located in Shinjuku Sanchome, address and further details 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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