Brunch at 7-ELEVEN VS LAWSON in Tokyo JapanFeb 27, 2020
Home. I didn't know I could feel satisfied sitting outside in my hotel eating instant noodles and an egg sandwich I bought at 7-Eleven and Lawson's. Well yeah, I would sit here all day if that was all I ate, this would be a really good trip. By the way, the weather is fantastic. Man, I'm on the verge of getting emotional right now. It was like a Forrest Gump moment here. Good. People look at me strange. Well, maybe we'll get this over with. Wow, this is the crazy thing I found at Lawson. Ugh, what is that? These are the hot dog noodles, this yakisoba.
And the yakisoba is good, soba, this is fried and stirred. I think this is supposed to be microwaved. I don't have a microwave, so let's try this kind of border on scaring me. Did you know? This is pretty decent, hmm. . Soba has a lot of flavor. Oh, I know how to do this. You'd better melt a piece of cheese. There you go Lawson, free idea melt the cheese there! Oh, I think the soba has cheese in it. Maybe you don't think this is good. I think I can work. I finally bought my last two items at Lawson's, which are peach juice and peach yogurt.
Let's try peach juice. I love how they give you straws for all these things and you just stab them here mmmm! All the fresh peaches in the world, oh I can rest on this. Hmm. Literally every sip you take is filled with fresh peaches. I mean, I'm sure it's not fresh but it is. It's not very thick mmm, it's just perfect. Okay, so let's compare a little. If I had to choose between 7-Eleven and Lawson here in Japan. I would have to go with the 7-Eleven program based solely on the instant ramen selection. I mean, if Lawson's also had that instant ramen, I think it would be a little more consistent because we have fresh fried chicken here at the store, which is a huge amount.
Also, unfortunately today the chicken I had was old and didn't really taste like fresh fried chicken, it wasn't crispy. But the Japanese one-stop shops or comfort stories have been at least in Taiwan, in Japan they have really broken the stereotype that we have in the United States where we only go to stores when we need to know a piece of gum or a melt. or some underwear. Wait, is it just me? it's a joke. I have never bought lingerie in a convenience store in my life, but we tend not to see department stores as a place to go if we want to enjoy delicious food, but this is one hundred percent the case, so if you are on vacation in Taiwan or Japan and one day you're thinking I'm not going to eat at the store, all I'll tell you is bon appetit.
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