Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Pullman Bakery

Pullman Bakery is a bakery in Hokkaido, Sapporo city. They use only natural and fine quality ingredients without artificial additives and are particular about making healthy home-made breads. The bakery has won twice at TV CHAMPION (popular variety show that hosts contests in different genres).

Last week, my mom went to the Hokkaido food exhibition organized in a department store (Isetan) and bought us Pullman Bakery's curry bun and chikuwa (fish sausage) bun.

Curry bun (in front) is crispy outside and has a sweet and spicy curry with potato chunks in it. Chikuwa bun (at the back) is a danish bread. Tuna paste was in Chikuwa, which makes it tasty and easy to eat.

My boyfriend liked the curry bun. He said curry itself is delicious, so that's why the bun is good! That's true ;)

Do you eat bun? What kind do you like?

Anyway, last night, I again ate out with my boyfriend... We had a healthy meal, but I should cook at home today for sure!

Let's eat home :D

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6 comments:

  1. Ochi,

    I love curry bun too!!And I love Japanese curry because Japanese curry is a bit sweet,right??You know,Malaysian's curry damn spicy!!

    I knew Hokkaido..We had Isetan in Malaysia and Singapore here too.They also promote Hokkaido's food here.

    Glad to hear that you and your boyfriend are happy!

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  2. Really jose!?

    I don't eat Malaysian curry that often so I don't remember but sounds spicy!!!

    I'm glad I posted about this since you know Isetan and Hokkaido event ;)

    Also, it was interesting to know that you use the same bubble coloring product :D

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  3. Hi Ochi,

    Nice to see something from my mom's hometown! I'm sure the buns were tastey! I don't eat many buns anymore, because my body becomes irregular from eating them!

    I try to avoid most bread products when I can, but I do like pizza with a very thin crust of course! The fillings on both would be very appealing1

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  4. I have a really awesome recipe for a curry bun and not spicy at all!Your post and delicious picture inspired me to make it again! I see by your previous posts, you have eaten your way through some pretty good food!

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  5. Hi jo,

    I thought you find it interesting since it's from Hokkaido ;)

    Me, too! I try not to eat buns since I get pimples in my case X(
    I love pizza with thin crust, too! Fillings on both sounds yummy!!!

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  6. Hi Nazarina,

    Thanks for coming. I know you are really busy with books and your work, so I appreciate it!!!
    I want to know your curry bun recipe! Sounds delicious!!! You know, like you, I love to cook, so I love to eat out and try new food ;)

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