On Thursday night I ate lamb tongue:
And it was delicious; perhaps the tenderest slab of meat I have ever had the pleasure of savoring; it gives a new perception of “melt in your mouth” along with a crispy crust. Plus, the whiff of truffle oil and mild daikon crunch turned each bite into a textural exhibition
At the same time however; knowing it was lamb tongue brought on a “conflict of interest,” (similar to my predicament with the beef heart skewers at Andina)- incredibly scrumptious and pleasing in flavour, yet somewhat repulsive by thought. It’s a good thing I have adventurous friends like David to push the envelope on our ordering selections
Our Thursday night dinner at brand new Southeast Division hotspot, Wafu was by all means an impressive and unique dining experience
And no trip to Wafu would be complete without trying some ramen:
Anything with kimchi and a fried egg on top is a regal feast
The service here is incredible; the staff is warm, knowledgeable, and endearing and the food lives up to the phenomenal culinary reputation of this particular portion of Southeast Division
Would you try lamb tongue?
What’s your idea of a regal food-enhancement/accompaniment?