Hola amigos. It’s Mr. Wada back on duty. I would like introduce Cafe El Greco in Kurashiki Bikan Quarter.
Cafe El Greco in Kurashiki Bikan Quarter
Cafe El Greco is right in the middle of Kurashiki Bikan quarter. Since it opened in 1925, it is like a part of history of Bikan quarter itself.
Walk though the door and you are back in the old days. Cheesecake and cold drinks.
Some antiques are displayed in a gallery room. They look classy and valuable.
Let’s call it a day.
||Cafe El Greco
||1-11 Chuo, Kurashiki City, Okayama
How do you find it? FYI, it is also next to the Ohara Modern Art Museum.
Hi there. It’s Mr. Wada back on duty. I would like to introduce a nice bakery PRIME in Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture.
Rustic Bread at Bakery PRIME (Kurashiki City)
Main stream of bread in Japan is soft & fluffy. However, there are alternatives and this is totally worth a try especially for those who love hard & crunchy rustic bread like me. Bakery PRIME is in Kurashiki City, to be specific near Aeon Mall Kurashiki (a 10-minute walk). We have seen this place on TV and wanted to stop by sometime.
We grabbed some bread at its eat-in space (couldn’t wait ’til we get home!)
Slices of mascobado which actually means brown sugar from the Philippines, were also awesome. A gap between outside (crunchy) and inside (fluffy) is very much enjoyable. Ingredients seem quality as well (according to what a sign says). This must add up to taste as well. Loved this nuts & dry-fruit bread on the right as well. Crunchiness of bread and nuts make perfect harmony.
OK, let’s call it a day.
887-2 Mizue, Kurashiki City, Okayama
||9:30 – 19:00
Closed: Mondays, 2nd and 3rd Tuesdays
How do you find it? We kinda felt it was such a discovery which doesn’t occur much. We surely will go back sometime.
See you around!