I saw a bakery called Viron featured on TV the other day.
It seems to be a very popular bakery.
That made me crave the bread there so fiercely that I immediately went to Viron in Marunouchi, Tokyo.
What kind of bakery is Viron?
Viron is made with flour imported from FranceFamous for the best bucket in JapanIt is a brannery.
Currently, there are only two stores in Japan, one in Shibuya and the other in Tokyo. It is a much talked-about store that has received rave reviews from customers.
Bucket has been featured on TV many times, and is a popular restaurant with a steady stream of customers.
I went there after watching TV too lol.
I went to VIRON in Marunouchi.
This time I went to the store in Tokyo Station (Marunouchi side).
Despite the rain, customers kept coming in, and I was a little surprised to see such a popular restaurant. I was a little surprised.
I went on a weekday, but the front of the showcase was immediately filled with customers. (Maybe because it was right after it was featured on TV? ^^^^^^^^)
The system is to order from a selection of breads displayed in the showcase, while verbally telling the waiter what you want.
But I almost bit myself when I saw all the katakana names that seemed a bit too posh lol.
And! I chose the croissant and the bacon epi.
I missed buying a bucket... lol.
Then I thought for a minute, those VIRON pans are huge!
I don't remember the name of the bread, but there was a huge leaf-shaped bread that was as big as a medium-sized pizza. （It was about the size of a medium-sized pizza.)
Maybe it's because I brought it home in a crowded train, but it fell apart!!!! Sweat Shook!
I re-toasted it at home, but I accidentally burned it.
Tastes like yuck!
The buttery flavor spreads softly, and it is crispy and delicious.
I sometimes have an irresistible craving for bacon pies.
This is a huge bacon epicurean and chunky again.
Maybe it was the dough used for the bucket?
As expected, I couldn't eat a whole one, so I tore off two pieces and toasted this one as well.
The bread looks hard, but when it is toasted, it is quite good.Soft and chewyI'm trying to!
The bacon adds a delicious aroma to the dish.
Crispy on the outsideand fragrant.
Ohhhh... how did I forget to buy a bucket ・・・・・○|￣|_
The bread from VIRON was as good as the reviews say!
Seems like there's still a lot of good bread out there (there definitely is), and next time I'm going to get a bucket! LOL!
I plan to buy more regularly in the future.