Nagoya Morning

Hello everyone! I’m back to write about the must-eat post when you’re in Nagoya. πŸ˜€

You might ask me what is Nagoya Morning? It’s a term used to describe Breakfast. However, it’s somehow a little different from the normal breakfast.

So normally, you’ll walk into a coffee store or cafe and order a set of breakfast together with a cup of coffee (or tea or something you’d like to drink) right? In Nagoya, most coffee store or cafe will have ‘morning service’ (ヒーニングァービス).

This ‘Morning Service’ means that you get to have a slice (in this case, it’s half a slice) of bread spread with margarine and a boiled egg for FREE when you order a cup of coffee (or drink irregardless of the cost).

In addition to it, I topped up 100yen for a serving of azuki (red beans) to make an Ogura Toast (ε°ε€‰γƒˆγƒΌγ‚Ήγƒˆ). πŸ˜€

To be honest, I think it tasted normal. I guess it’s the FREE breakfast that’s attractive. The coffee store that I’ve went to is Komeda’s Coffee (γ‚³γƒ‘γƒ€ηˆη²), however if you visit other coffee stores or cafes, you might get something like this.

As I know that half a slice of bread and boiled egg is not enough for me, I ordered a dessert to finish off my breakfast. πŸ˜€

The Shiro Noir (γ‚·γƒ­γƒŽγƒ―γƒΌγƒ«). I ordered a mini one though. πŸ™‚

Hot danish bread topped with vanilla soft serve and syrup. *SLURPPPS*

Y-chan and I left the coffee store with a happy stomach. πŸ˜€

Komeda’s Coffee:Β

A list of cafes that serve Nagoya Morning:Β

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