The Baby King Kitchen signature okosama lunch (¥1,100) comes with a dome of ketchup-flavored chicken rice topped with the requisite flag, a small hamburger steak on a bed of spaghetti, a smiley-face potato, fried prawn and sausage cut to resemble an octopus. The flavors made me nostalgic and everything tasted just as it should: nothing terribly complex or surprising, just Japanese, little kid comfort food at its best. There is no age limit on the menu here, so adults can also eat like kids (and ditch the veggies for once). The lunch also comes with a little omake (toy).
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