Burma Social is more of a lifestyle dining destination, which offers a glimpse of Burmese cuisine for me as I have never been to Burma myself before. The dishes are interesting in that sense with presentation of some dishes I had which I have not come across before. Bring an open mind along if you decide to head here.
It's a proper izakaya menu at night, including a pretty good sashimi platter. But those gigantic baseball-sized karaage above were the biggest surprise. Despite their size, they were decently moist and yet still crispy on the outside. Had I known they were so big, I wouldn't have ordered so many other things.
One of the best places to celebrate a birthday or friends gathering is at a Japanese Izakaya restaurant as they can almost satisfy any kind of food preferences Public Izakaya is located within the …
I went for the thin-cut option at the top of the menu, but they were still sliced thicker than I was expecting. Nonetheless, they carried a nice grilled aroma and were decently seasoned, making it easy to eat.
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Ma Maison is known for Tonkatsu. I hadn’t tried it yet in all these years and now was the time. It was crispy and fresh. But, I prefer the Rosu and not Hire, which is what Ma Maison serves. I like …
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The taste of Ura Hototogisu Ramen stands out and differs from other ramen chains, however, I still find that these ramen taste decent and there are better Ramen out there.
Salmon Samurai is definitely a health-conscious choice for lunch over in CBD area and their bowls of salmon are reasonably priced too.
Revolver feels like the Indian version of Burnt Ends, and if you like Burnt Ends, you’ll enjoy Revolver. The food is bold and robust, complex in an understandable, unpretentious way.