Food, Japanese

The Hitsuji Club : Is Lamb meat healthier?

  In Japan, it’s easy to find BBQ restaurants that serve pork, chicken or beef. But lamb? Not quite common in Japan. And over here in Singapore, there’s a small and quaint Japanese Hokkaido-style BBQ Lamb restaurant that offers lamb meat only. It is one of those establishments along Circular Road that if you do…

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Food, Japanese, Vegetarian

Maki-San: The Sushi Designer

During our staycation at Hotel Indigo, I brought my man to try Maki-San at 112@Katong shopping center. I really like the concept where you can customize your very own sushi roll with the delicious ingredients prepared at Maki-san’s kitchen. It’s almost like a Japanese sushi version of Subway where you can pick whichever ingredients you…

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Food, Japanese

HAJIME : One of the Best Tonkatsu in Singapore

I trust my boyfriend’s taste in good food. When he says a dish is really good, it’s worth making a trip down to the other side of our Sunny island to try out the glorious food which he raves about. This Tonkatsu and Ramen Japanese restaurant, Hajime, is located at one of Singapore’s food heavens,…

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Food, Japanese

Hana Restaurant: The Legendary Flying Noodles

What sorcery is this? There’s someone stealing our noodles, fishing it right out of our plate! How is that even possible? When I saw pictures of this legendary flying noodle all over my social media wall, I knew I had to head down personally to find out what’s the magic behind these flying noodles. This…

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Food, Japanese

Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant

If I decided to go for Japanese food back in my school days where there aren’t many Japanese eateries around yet, I would choose Unagidon because I enjoyed the grilled unagi (or freshwater eel) glazed with Tare sauce, a sweet and thick soy sauce which is used for grilling meats. The flesh of the eel…

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Teppei Syokudo @ Republic Plaza

Japanese food here in Singapore is as common as our local food like Char Kway Teow. There’s plenty options when it comes to Japanese food but if you are talking about the really good ones which are affordable and value-for-money, they aren’t many. Last week, I was invited to try out what Teppei Syokudo has…

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Imakatsu Singapore : A Victorious Meal

Katsu-katsu. The japanese word, 勝つ katsu, means to win. It has been a ritual for the Japanese to eat tonkatsu, a deep-fried meat cutlet paired with a bowl of rice, on the night before a competition or exams in hope to gain victory. This is the winning meal and to win, you first need to…

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