Ema Tei

I reckon for more than half the time I’ve worked in Toronto, I’ve been within a block of Ema Tei. Yesterday was the first time I went there. I wonder what took me so long?

Kenn Cutts enjoys the wasabi at Ema Tei

Kenn, my former colleague from EPCOR, took me to lunch there. I was impressed; tasty food, great prices, huge portions and a great atmosphere. There was a good amount of wasabi sneakily hidden under the fish in the sushi, so we both ended up suitably decongested.

(and yes, the Technoid Balloon Gimp Script strikes again. While it does work nicely under Gimp 2.4, it’s hidden away in the very unhelpful Xtns/Script-Fu/Text/Balloon menu.)

2 thoughts on “Ema Tei”

  1. Stewart:
    Part of the charm from yesterday, was the shared company with a good friend! That, and the fact that the Wasabi was cooler than the hottest tea ever produced.

    Best wishes in your new adventures at Aim.
    Kenn

  2. Ah, the Wasabi look!

    Kenn, next time you’re in the city, leave enough time to get to Burrito Boyz for a jalepeno laden lunch. And I want to be there to see it!

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