Combo meals are nothing new in the U.S.
But typical combo meals you get in Japan look a bit different.
Instead of fries and soda, you typically get rice and soup (and maybe some kind of small veggie dish) that accompany the main dish.
And this is the kind of lunch option I often wish we had here.
My pot stickers were cooked beautifully.
Love the nonstick griddle.
It’s big and cooks a lot of pot stickers at once.
Garlic black pepper scallion soup.
Pea and corn fried rice.
Having a lot of plates on the table always makes me happy.
But it also usually means that you get a balanced meal.