But thanks to you. The crazy Japanese food galore made my stay fruitful.
Sushi Tei @ Ngee Ann City
Too bad I left my camera at home on the first day :p To view similar food pix, check out his previous review here.
The dinner was great, we had a few Hokkaido Promo Items like the killer Otoro Sashimi, seafood ramen and something something salmon. I think I had 80% of that plate of sashimi. President LL, you may consider recruiting him as our Singapore rep for JFKA.
I love Sushi Tei.
Waraku @ Marina Square
The next day we walked all the way from Cityhall to Marina Square when sourcing for good Japanese food and we found Waraku.
The pricing is more or less similar to Sushi Tei, affordable (if you don’t convert lah) for the fine quality of food you can get there.
I had the Waraku Reimen (Cold Noodles) priced at $9.80. I love the toppings and the springy noodles but the sesame sauce for dipping was abit greasy for me.
Mr. food guide had the Porky Udon priced at $12 ++. The oversized bowl of Udon came with one big chunk of pork with a few layers of sinful fat sandwiched in between.
Cute sesame grinder for noodles.
For dessert I had the Matcha ice cream as usual, priced at $3.80 (cheap cheap, if you don’t convert lah).
His eyes glowed when he saw this Truffle ice cream in the menu, priced at $8. I thought it tasted fine cause it was my first time sampling truffle ice cream but he seemed to have a lot of complaints bout it. Check out his review (coming up soon).
I love Waraku.
Azabu Sabo @ Marina Square
We went back to Marina Square to hunt for good Japanese food (again). How crazy can one go after Japanese food?
Azabu Sabo is famous for its wide range of Japanese desserts like matcha & black sesame ice cream served in numerous ways. I really had a hard time deciding which dessert to go for.
Finally I settled for one large bowl of matcha ice topped with vanilla sundae ($ 8.80).
And another bowl of black sesame ice.
The desserts are certainly more exciting than the mains. I had the sabo style teriyaki chicken rice bento ($11.80) while he had the pork cutlet with scrambled egg bento ($13.80). Tasted average.
I love Azabu Sabo (desserts only).
I now declare this island as a safe place for JFKA members to hunt for good Japanese food.
Next stop gonna be the Central Plaza in Chinatown with one building of Japanese restaurants. *Anticipating*