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Something Old ...


These are old, old photos that I seem to have forgotten to upload. Actually, I still have tons of food photos/restaurants that I haven't uploaded yet. So I'll just blog about them randomly.

Tokyo Cafe. The photos was taken around 2009 or 2010, I think. I fell in love with the food there because its comfortingly delicious.




White Seafood Pizza. This is my all-time fave at Tokyo Cafe. Soft-thin crust.




Seafood Pasta. There's a hint of spiciness that will make you crave for more. Yum!



Salad. I forgot what they call this salad. Its good. But then, I'm not really into salads. ;)

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