Kozasa has now become my favourite sushi place in Tokyo! As before, I’ve reviewed it in a previous blog post so I won’t be covering it again. This time though, I could only take the otsumami portion of the dinner because the chef asked me not to take photos once other guests arrived.
I’ve blogged about Hirosaku once before in this blog post so I won’t be repeating myself. This one is a different menu from my previous visit though, their most expensive menu for lunch – but totally worth it! Every dish was excellent again of course, with my favourite being the one before the soba – a braised eggplant with uni, nori and soramame.
Somewhere in Singapore…
Making salmon patties is great because you can prepare a whole bunch at one shot, store in the freezer, then thaw whenever you can’t think of anything to cook or you’re just too lazy.
I’ve been slowly getting interested in Vietnamese food, after making my own phở bò previously, so when I heard about Nam Nam Noodle Bar opening up, I was quite interested to try it out and see how the Les Amis group would approach the traditional Vietnamese fare.
Come anytime of the day to Jurong West Food Centre and you’ll see many tables with the orange plates and green bowls from Soh Kee Cooked Food.