Saturday, January 21, 2012

[Sapporo Cafes] Zazi

There's no shortage of cute cafes here in Sapporo.  If you don't mind going off the beaten path just little bit, you're sure to find something interesting.  Though not exactly a New Year's resolution, I am trying to make it a goal to discover more of the cafes and eateries that Sapporo has to offer.

First up, Zazi.

Zazi is located just around the corner from TK5, and if you're ever shopping in the TK areas, I highly suggest checking out all the cool cafes and shops nestled just on the outskirts of the busy shopping center.  That's how we happened upon this place, and boy, are we glad we did.

The small, two story cafe is covered with vintage pictures from magazines, and everything has that slightly used feel to it.  Everything tastes like it's homemade, like recipes handed down from one mom to another.

A few weeks ago, Nate and I had a lunch date there.  Their lunch menu has the usual cafe fare - salads, sandwiches, and spaghetti.  But we came there for the stew, the perfect food for a winter's afternoon.

I ordered the chicken and mushroom cream stew, and to say it was delicious would be an understatement.  Eaten with a warm, fresh roll, it was just like a creamy stew should be.  So much for eating healthier in the new year, haha.

Their coffees and desserts are equally delicious.  I recommend the cherry pie and ice cream.

So if you're in the Susukino area, be sure to check this place out.  I promise, you won't be disappointed.


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