The Queen of New York Breakfasts Has Come to Nagoya! Check Out the Eggs Benedict Inspired by Nagoya’s Fried Shrimp

The New York restaurant, Sarabeth's, opened in Nagoya's Takashimaya Gate Tower Mall on Monday, April 17, 2017.

Sarabeth's is called "the Queen of New York breakfasts"

Sarabeth's is a restaurant on New York's Upper West Side in Manhattan started by Sarabeth Levine. This franchise is known for their traditional American breakfasts like eggs Benedict and pancakes, and the food has become loved all over the world as "the Queen of New York breakfasts." It wouldn't be too much to say it's currently the hottest restaurant in Nagoya!

Shrimp Eggs Benedict is available only in Nagoya!

In honor of this being the first Sarabeth's in the Tokai area, for the month between Monday, April 17, and Tuesday, May 16, they are offering Shrimp Eggs Benedict (2,250 JPY) for a limited of 30 orders a day. It was made in the image of Nagoya's famous fried shrimp, and it uses a shrimp cake made of plenty of shrimp topped with a soft-boiled egg and a special Hollandaise sauce. It's sprinkled with gold flakes for a luxurious appearance. If you get to eat this limited edition dish, you also receive a special original tote bag.

The Nagoya branch is the 5th in the country, and along with the standard breakfast menu, they also have lunch, an after-5 alcohol menu, and a dinner menu. You can enjoy different meals throughout the whole day. If you feel a little tired, you can stop by for an elegant time and eat delicious food at Sarabeth's.

Sarabeth's Nagoya Branch

Takashimaya Gate Tower Mall 1F, 1-1-3 Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi

[This article was originally published in Walkerplus on 03.29.2017]

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