The saving grace for Japanese restaurants has always been mochi: the Japanese rice cake molded into little balls and filled with sweet paste or ice cream. But Jun's (7660 State Line Road) in Prairie Village has another option, green-tea ice cream, for those who doggedly believe they can squeeze in a bit more food after ordering too much sushi.
But because it's labeled a muffin, you can simply pass it off as a regular breakfast option. "Honey, I was being healthy. I had a muffin this morning," you can say when you get home. But this is no regular muffin. It's a decadent brownie that would be comfortable in the case at Andre's or Dolce. Forget the box of sweets this Valentine's Day. Just seal the deal with a bag of these muffins.
The new product, which Elbow hinted at in The Pitch cover story about the opening of his new shop in Leawood this summer, is in both Glace locations (4535 West 119th Street and 4960 Main). At $4.31, the ice-cream treats are not cheap. But the latest innovation from Elbow — the first to truly marry his chocolates and ice cream — delivers strong flavors worthy of a fiver.
Keep it ganster homie
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