Eat For Free At Two Japanese Restaurants In Toronto On May 18
Jiggly Japanese soufflé pancakes have been taking over the ‘gram, and if you haven’t had your chance to try them, your chance is coming up!
On May 18, 2019, Fuwa Fuwa, which translates to “fluffy fluffy” in Japanese, will be celebrating its one year anniversary in Toronto.
To celebrate, Fuwa Fuwa will be giving away free classic soufflé pancakes.
From 2 to 4 p.m., head to Fuwa Fuwa’s Bloor St. location (408 Bloor St. West) to get your free Japanese soufflé pancake. The pancakes are tall and thick, yet airy and light, and the original comes topped with butter and syrup.
Handcrafted and delicious, these pillowy pancakes are a must-try. There’s sure to be a lineup, so get there early to secure your sweet treat! Free pancakes are while supplies last and there’s a limit of one per person.
A new udon noodle shop across the street will also be giving away free food on May 18.
Udon Kitanoya (513 Bloor St. West) will be hosting a grand opening event on the same day. The budget-friendly Japanese restaurant serves up hot and cold Kansai-style udon dishes, green tea slushies, and other Japanese snacks. A traditional bowl of udon will cost you just under $10.
But from 12 to 2 p.m. on May 18, visitors can stop by for a free bowl of udon!
The udon broth base is a special dashi broth, which is made with fresh, high quality ingredients like Japanese kombu and four types of fish. The restaurant is the first of its kind in Toronto.
Make an afternoon of it and fill your stomach with a bowl of hearty udon, then hurry over across the street for some fluffy soufflé pancakes.
Your tastebuds will thank you!
Featured image: Instagram/@_jennythefoodie
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