Paquet – Kugenuma kaigan

Paquet is a deli, not a restaurant. Even though it’s not a place you can eat, it still fulfills an important role of my life here.

The food is basically French. There are three great things aboutt Paquet.

First, it has wide variety of selection to choose from. I’ve never counted, but I’m sure that there are at least 15 different kinds of food. You can choose some meat, fish and then some salad and so on.

Secondly, it’s really cheap. Maybe because it’s not a restaurant so they don’t need some cost restaurants would do, but I’ve never spend more than 1,000 yen for one person. Usually I spend 800 to 900 yen for enough amount.

Finally and most importantly, they are really tasty! 95% of their food has been delicious. There’s only one time that I thought the meat was a bit too salty, but except for that, everything has been satisfying.

So, what I usually order is “sanpin” three box set with rice. You can choose three different “food”. I don’t know how I should call these individual food, but I guess you can see what I’m talking about from the images above. Maybe “okazu” or “tapas”? And I order two different kinds of rice by telling them “moriawase”, which means “combination”.

Deli is a great place to buy from when you are eating in and tired to cook or no time to cook. The quality is much much better than bento from convenience stores or super market. Well, I shouldn’t compare with them since it really is professional.

Please refer to the link below for more details. It’s closed on Sundays.

http://www.paquet-jpn.com/

http://ameblo.jp/paquet-deli/

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