My last visit to Koh Grill & Sushi Bar was almost five years ago and I remember I waited quite a while in the queue before my family finally...
Koh Grill & Sushi Bar needs no introduction especially for Japanese food fans in Singapore.
Every visit has been satisfying for me, and hopefully my next visit would not be a few years down the road.
3 dimsum + a really excellent “tonkotsu” kurobuta ramen for S$28 very good value👍 service by all the servers outstanding too!
I have always enjoyed a good bowl of La Mian from Paradise Group's of restaurants.
Anyway I highly recommend for everyone to go to this flagship and have a taste of their Rainbow Xiao Long Baos, the wantons and noodles!
Being a fan of Japanese food, I was happy to discover Machida Shoten at Japan Food Town in Wisma Atria Shopping Centre.
With such high accolades, I was pretty impressed with the Curry Tsukemen.
Machida Shoten was founded on the border Tokyo city of Machida in 2008 and has since became an influential global ramen player, having outlets from Los Angeles to New York City, and at the same time offering consulting services to other ramen-yas.
grilled sabar 50% off about S$11 very good too, large saba, fresh and oily very flavourful..
Sashimi – salmon, maguro fresh & sweet & vinegared cured saba very nice too…certainly a very good donburi for S$9.80, of course not expect premium cut sashimi, but it was good & we all enjoyed it.
What I concluded during my period of solitude at Sabar that day was that while it may not be enjoyable, the discomfort of eating alone can be minimised.
Somehow the special aburi sushi didn’t have the wow that i expected of such top quality ingredients.
We like to come here for a quick sushi lunch. Their set lunch selections are quite limited but are usually good value for money.
Besides the above, other dishes you can try at Tempura Tsukiji Tenka include the Sea Eel Tendon (S$27.80) and Ebi Tendon (S$16.80).
With delicately crafted burgers and a beautiful interior, Burger+ is a well-executed concept that impressed us.
I will be back for their burger and I enjoyed their buns. The buns are made in-house using potato flour and it is done daily.
our uni negitoro don though was quite good. anyhow everyone liked the kaisen don 海鮮丼 here.
The seafood for their rice bowls were pretty decent quality but not top notch if you catch my drift.
The rice was served warm, the seafood was tasty with distinct textures and flavours and even the wasabi packs a punch and has a kind of fragrance. All these elements came together in a colourful and delicious way.
We got the seiro option and the scallop kabosu udon. The udon was smooth and had a nice chewiness to the bite.
I'm already eyeing at the tororo udon, soymilk tsuke udon and even red curry udon for my next visit. Whether you’re hard-core noodle fan or more of a recreational slurper, you will find they slip down a treat.
“Yomoda” comes from a Matsuyama dialect from Ehime Prefecture. It means “carefree” or “easy-going,” used on people who are optimistic and have a sense of humor. Here, the word means the camaraderie of warmth and joy.
As for the tempura, there were mushroom, red capsicum, pumpkin, long beans, chicken, braised pork and small prawn. Best one was the pork. Delicious!
Anyways, we were here recently so I grabbed an Ultimate Cheeseburger with extra cheese from Omakase Burger. Remember those guys? Still yummy and dripping with beefy juices.
It tasted light and buttery - like cream whipped with blue cheese.
It's not bad. Enjoyed the savoury gravy which were infused with heat from the chillis.
This one wasn't as good as Chicken Pot as a result, but at least the chicken was off the bone here, making it easier to eat.