Churro (Potato)

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Yes yes yes! The Gyoza Sausage Bun has been replaced. The Gyoza Sausage Bun reminded me of that kid that was popular in school, but had no personality whatsoever. For some odd reason, it became super popular and everyone wanted a piece of it, but deep down, it was boring as hell. Good riddance! There's a new tenant in Refreshment Station and it's about time! 

There's a new snack in Refreshment Station

There's a new snack in Refreshment Station

A Churro (Potato) costs 380 yen. That's 120 yen cheaper than the Gyoza Sausage Bun. That's a good start. Woah, hold up Honorable Rat. Don't let your excitement get the better of you. The Gyoza Sausage Bun was bigger in size and it had meat in it. You need to be fair in your reviews. 

Churro (Potato)

Churro (Potato)

You know what? You are right. I should be fair in my reviews. So, here it goes. The Churro (Potato) is actually made from potatoes. It's not like the churros in Tokyo Disneyland. Think of it as a giant French Fry shaped like a churro. It's texture was sorta like a rice cake. Soft to bite into and a little chewy. On the outside, it was a tad bit salty and when you get to the middle of it, a tinge of sweetness from the potatoes will hit your taste buds. A snack that's light on the tongue, but filling. Overall, this was a good snack. I won't wake up in the middle of the night craving for it, like the Spicy Smoked Chicken Leg, but it was worth the money. Ratketeer, there's a new kid in school. Say hello to the Potato (Churro). I'm sure you will get along.

Honorable Rating: Mmm, This Is Good (4/5)

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