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Jimbocho Den is probably one of the more popular restaurants for foodies visiting Tokyo now, and I had managed to secure a reservation here, even though it was pretty late at 9 pm!

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High up in the Singapore skyline, JAAN is one of those fine dining restaurants that’s garnered many awards, and also lots of generally good reviews from people who actually like the food there.

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At a place which shall not be named, so just photos to make you hungry.

Yu Shang Inspired Salmon Ceviche

Sashimi grade salmon served with a dipping sauce of plum sauce, Chinese peanut brittle candy, lime juice, coriander & sesame seeds.


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This small and cosy 18-seater Japanese eatery has been steadily gaining a reputation for having one of the longest reservation lists for a place of its size. Read the rest of this entry »

This is the 3rd time I’ve been to Nagomi and the food is still as good. I’m not gonna say that much about Nagomi as you can read my previous two posts here and here, so this will mainly be a simple post.


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For those of you who’ve been wondering where chef Peter from Chikuwa Tei went after being MIA early this year, he’s finally opened up a new restaurant called Mitsuba by Yurine Japanese Restaurant.

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Moroccan cuisine is something I’ve always wanted to try after going through the Moro cookbook but instead of visiting a restaurant, I decided to give cooking Moroccan cuisine a try, and so my first dish would be a lamb tagine.

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Posted on: October 16, 2011

Ise is one of the new entrants into this year’s Tokyo Michelin guide and it specializes in tempura. It has a pretty plain front and it is helmed by just a chef who is also the owner.

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Unlike Singapore where most of the top Japanese restaurants tend to be cloistered in hotels, in Tokyo even the Michelin 3 star restaurants are hidden down obscure alleys, just a door in the face of an nondescript building.

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Past dishes